Black Speculative Fiction Roundtable (Tuesday, Dec 30, 2014)

Join us Tuesday December 30, 2014 from 8:00pm-10:00pm for a fun, exciting and informative Black Speculative Fiction Roundtable podcast. Hosts Ed Umoja Herman and Khalil Maasi will moderate a conversation about the power and importance of speculative fiction, countering negative Black images in the media, creating, controlling and distributing our own creative works and more with Black Creators and educators of Science Fiction, Fantasy […]

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Soul Eater Series Update: Going forward with a Summer Nanowrimo

SoulEater 300x200Last November, I participated in Nanowrimo during the month of November. It was an amazing experience. I was able to complete the first draft of my Soul Eater novel.  What I figured out, though, was that this was more than one short novel.  After much thought, gnashing, and trepidation, I came to the conclusion that what I was really writing ended up being a 3-part serial or episodic novel.

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Breaking Free is an AMB Ovation Award Winner

Writing stories that you love is an awesome vocation and I know most will say that they’d write even if they never received the recognition. I tend to agree. I must write. It’s just a burning passion that I have to share my stories but it’s always wonderful to receive recognition for your hardwork. I’m […]

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Guest Interview: Lynn Emery Talks the Historical Inaccuracies of American Horror Story Coven

american horror story coven cast a lI have been fascinated with American Horror Story Coven.  When the series launched, I must confess that I wasn’t so taken with it.  Was it a True Blood knock off? I was hanging out in the Reading in Black FB group, when my writing buddy, Lynn Emery made mention of the historical in accuracies of the show.  I’m always fascinated with Lynn’s work, especially when she discusses New Orleans so I gradually became fascinated with the TV series, just to find out what was going on…  Lynn agreed to allow me to interview her about the series.  Here’s our discussion:

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Thank Grimm It’s Friday!

Russell Hornsby1K. It’s truth time. I love Grimm! It’s one of my all-time favorite shows.  I have to admit, in the beginning I was simply intrigued with the “fairy tale” storyline.  When Grimm was in Season 1, I thought it was just another “fairy tale” show that would flop.  Really, I believed that there was only so much that could be done.  This season I have been pleasantly surprised and now I consider myself a legitimate “Grimm” fan.