Mo Beasley’s LoveStorm Group has been at the forefront of using eroticism as activism promoting sex-positivity. Reaching beyond tolerance, the LoveStorm Group brings acceptance and inclusion into the consciousness of its audiences, through live performance, workshops, participation in conferences, and strategic partnerships. The work has been featured at The Jon Lovitz Comedy Club/Universal Studios in Hollywood, CatalystCon, Harlem Stage, The Bowery Poetry Club NYC, and across the country.
Mo Beasley is Boston born, Brooklyn bred, and a Miami based Performance Artist, Author, and Educator. This award-winning poet has been featured at the legendary Blue Note, Nuyorican Poets Café, BAMCafe, and Joe’s Pub and erotic reading series: “Bare, In the Flesh, Ravenous Nights”, and “Kiss & Tell Live.”
As the major force behind the critically acclaimed play “No Good
Nigga Bluez” (NY International Fringe Festival 20003), Mo made his debut as a playwright. The book version of the play, released by Scripted Linguistics (2004), was Beasley’s first published work. His second is “Be a Father to Your Child” (Soft Skull Press, 2008), a groundbreaking anthology on fatherhood and hip-hop.
A sought after influencer, Mo has been interviewed by Rev. Al Sharpton, hip hop legend Chuck D, and featured on The Hallmark Channel, GRITtv, FOX 5 TV, XM Satellite Radio, WBAI/Pacifica Radio, KISS FM (NYC), Air America and more. The New York Daily News selected Mo as one of “50 Unsung New York Heroes.”