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Ola Ogun replied to H. Wolfgang Porter's discussion The 'Situation is Grim', but you can quit or go forward.... in the group Self-Publishers Coalition
"Actually, I love this. Reality checks are good for the ego, and thus good for your soul. LOL. As a 'want to be' writer, I often wonder what it will take to actually be successful in this arena, and the fantasy can have you, well..trippin.…"
Dec 10, 2016
Ola Ogun liked H. Wolfgang Porter's discussion The 'Situation is Grim', but you can quit or go forward....
Dec 10, 2016
Ola Ogun replied to Jarvis Sheffield - Admin's discussion Why Isn't Black Speculative Fiction As Big As It Should Be? What Can We Do About That?
"This is really a global problem for POC. People have been so mis-informed regarding POC, that not even POC want to 'read' about themselves. The Sony hack was very revealing in terms of this topic. Is there really a solution? I don't…"
Feb 8, 2015
Ola Ogun replied to Jarvis Sheffield - Admin's discussion Why Isn't Black Speculative Fiction As Big As It Should Be? What Can We Do About That?
"I agree in part, but with youtube, if you make something catchy, it could take a life of its own. But it first has to capture the imagination of those watching."
Oct 29, 2014
Ola Ogun replied to Jarvis Sheffield - Admin's discussion Why Isn't Black Speculative Fiction As Big As It Should Be? What Can We Do About That?
"Define 'Black Speculative' fiction for me. How does this differ from 'mainstream' speculative fiction? I'm asking because in many cases 'Black' is simply people of color doing the exact same things that mainstream…"
Oct 29, 2014
Ola Ogun replied to Peter Darryl Slaughter's discussion My all time Black Hero's are ? in the group BLACK SUPERHEROES EXIST!!!
"Luke Cage was Marvel Comics"
Oct 28, 2014
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Jun 27, 2014
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Dec 23, 2013
Ola Ogun liked AfroFuturist Affair's event Call for Afrofuturist Artists
Sep 4, 2013
Ola Ogun is attending AfroFuturist Affair's event
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Call for Afrofuturist Artists at Online

August 29, 2013 at 6pm to September 30, 2013 at 7pm
The AfroFuturist Affair is having its 3rd Charity & Costume Ball on Saturday November 9 2013 at MythMedia Studios.  Proceeds from the Ball will be used for the Futurist Fund, as small community grant…See More
Sep 4, 2013
Ola Ogun commented on Clifton McMillan Jr.'s blog post Thoughts on Lee Thompson Young and the Famous Jett Jackson
"Nice response to a tragic story.  It's almost like a tragic lesson of sorts.  We who haven't made it to such a level of 'stardom', often find ourselves struggling with jealousy and envy as we imagine how great, sexy,…"
Aug 21, 2013
Ola Ogun liked Clifton McMillan Jr.'s blog post Thoughts on Lee Thompson Young and the Famous Jett Jackson
Aug 21, 2013
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Self-Publishers Coalition

Here is where the Revolution moves forth! The Self-Publishers Coalition is where independent content creators, writers, artists, filmmakers and more can come to pool the vast resources available among our fellow Self-Publishers.See More
Jul 18, 2013
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BLACK SUPERHEROES EXIST!!!

This group is for writers, artists and fans of BLACK SUPERHEROES who are seeking a place to display new heroes, new mythologies and new action concerning heroes of the black persuasion. It will also serve as a forum to discuss the history and current plight of the black superhero...asking the ever poignant question...where do we go from here?See More
Jul 18, 2013
Ola Ogun commented on Bruce Bowers's video
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JustUs Alliance Trailer (Triple F)

"I'm eager to see to the breadth of his 'change'......"
Jul 18, 2013
Ola Ogun liked Thinkingcaveman's discussion Dark History
Jul 17, 2013

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