Kicking off another year, looking back on 2016 in my writing life–and what I might hope for in 2017.
On SFF markets and the problem of diversity.
This is one of those long ones. Grab a snack.
Art by Joe Orlando. From the story Judgment Day! in the March-April 1953 issue of
An anthology of historical speculative fiction? Telling the stories of children who have been marginalized throughout history? Yup, this is the SFF project you’ve been waiting to back. The Kickstarter in question, is right
Another Sunday, and we’re at the Season 6 Finale of
Game of Thrones. And damn. That is all. Let’s do this.
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Prince was MAGIC ya’ll. Here… let me tell you why.
Harriet Tubman is finally set to
grace the front cover of the $20 bill. For many it’s a dream come true, especially since folk been “dreaming of Harriet” for a minute.
Image: from a source I won’t name that seemed to be parodying black history with an allusion to “Harriet Tubman in space.” I am both jacking and subverting that sh*t.
So to kick off the new year, and following in the footsteps of fellow writer Troy Wiggins over at
AfroFantasy, looking back on 2015 in my creative life–and what I might hope for in 2016.