Saturday, January 23, 2016

Hey Odiemaniacs,

Odie has released the sequel to Matador Negro "Azucar" loosely translated "Sugar, The Black Matador".  This is Odie's 41st Novel and he is still writing new original stories.


Sunday, July 12, 2015

Hey Odiemaniacs!

Limited Edition Re-issues of Odie's Classic Novel "Sweet Peter Deeder" are still available but going fast.

Large Print, Pen and Pixel graphics cover, signed and numbered and limited to 100 copies.

$50.00 Investment


BE Sure to like the Odie Hawkins Facebook page.

Jaycee Admin.

Thursday, February 27, 2014

Hey Odiemaniacs!

You can now get your Limited Edition copy of the Holloway House Classic Re-issue here through Pay Pal.

Sweet Peter Deeder Re-issued and limited to 100 signed and numbered copies by the Modern Day Jean Genet.

$50.00 plus shipping and handling.


Don't forget to go to the Odie Hawkins Fan Page on Facebook and the LIKE the page. Once you have purchased your book send an email to with your name and mailing address.

Please note that Shipping, handling and Taxes are calculated for the Continental United States. International Rates subject to change.


Wednesday, December 11, 2013


Odie speaks 3 Sweets

Hey Odiemaniacs!

100 signed and numbered copies of the Holloway House "Pimpin" Classic "Sweet Peter Deeder" has been re-issued by Kosmic Muffin Publishing for the low price of $50.00.  New Glossy Pen and Pixel front and back cover.

The perfect Anytime gift for any lover of classic pulp fiction or just a lover of great work.

Contact Jassonn Williams via facebook and like the Odie Hawkins Facebook fan page.


Thursday, September 8, 2011

Odie Checks In!

April is National Poetry and Jazz celebration month. When I think of the local libraries alot of things come to mind. Overdue library books, the Dewey Decimal system, free Internet but not Afro Cuban Rhythms, Poetry readings and Hot Women!

 Hot Women??? Yeah, but back to the Odie and the poetry.  Novelist Odie Hawkins stopped by the Long Beach Main Library this month as it honored Afrikan American Novelists.  Mayor Bob Foster stopped by, 100 Black Men Long Beach Branch President Ahmed Saafir was there and a host of other Authors.   It was very enjoyable.
 A Photo in True Revolution Watts Writers Workshop Vets Frank Williams and Odie Hawkins

The Long Beach Main Library does a nice job of keeping a well stocked section of Afrikan American fiction that goes beyond Toni Morrison, Maya Angelou and Richard Wright.  The Library stocks Romance from Estelle Banks, Robyn Morrison, Horror from LA Banks, Shelia Jackson, Street Fiction from Omar Tyree, Donald Goines and Iceberg Slim and alll manner of titles but most of all they have an extensive collection of the over twenty Odie Hawkins novels from ranging from the Classic Holloway House catalog to the most current titles such as "The Curse, Lady Bliss and Bonobo Bliss. 

BE Prayerful! BE Mindful! BE Careful!