Harold Stallworth
Harold Stallworth lives close enough to the Pentagon to say he lives in the Pentagon. He lays claim to the largest collection of Queensbridge vinyl in the continental United States. His writing has been published by Washington City Paper, The Bookends Review, WAMU 88.5’s Bandwidth and Passion of the Weiss, among others. Occasionally, he'll share his adventures in beer and shellfish on any number of quasi-defunct social media accounts. He’s currently writing a short story about the perils of a clinically depressed club bouncer.

Currently Listening:

Miguel - Wildheart

George Benson - Space

Tragedy Khadafi - Against All Odds


Currently Watching:

Adina Howard 20: A Story of Sexual Liberation

True Detective



Currently Reading:

Jabari Asim - Only The Strong

“The man behind the boards is an absolute beast, a technician of the highest order”
Thelonious Martin helps you tolerate Smoke DZA
Off the Books returns with Harold Stallworth, who recommends checking out the alternatively bleak and hilarious, "Big Machine."
The new Extra P single from his forthcoming solo album, Re:Living
Make your Spring 200 percent jiggier.
Would you rather listen to Wale and Jerry Seinfeld or Open Mike Eagle and Hannibal Buress? The choice is yours.
Harold Stallworth and Brad Beatson's new column looks back at essential work from over the years. First up, 2003.
“My Sons” features a reinvigorated Kool Keith employing the term as a noun, verb, adjective and so forth