THE AFRICAN LEGACY OF THE NILE VALLEY
by Louis Buckley (Director, Producer, Editor and Narrator)
A Journey Through Ancient Africa's Golden Times
We know that the ancient Egyptians (Kamites) and Cushites
were indigenous to Africa and that they were Africans, but how… Continue
Added by The Cushite on May 23, 2009 at 10:37pm —
I guess i just feel like venting. I know when I was a kid in the 90's, the generation before us was probably befuddled and bewildered with our fashions and music, and probably our attitudes too. But for the life of me, I can't understand the the downward spiral that this generation depicts. These damn kids don't seem to gravitate towards anything positive or sensible. Damn, I mean we had NWA and a lot of so-called "negative" role models, but in actuality the entertainment icons of that time… Continue
Added by Demetrius Littlejohn on May 23, 2009 at 2:08pm —
When I first sat down to draft the concept that would develop into my current project, my goal was to illustrate some of the baser emotions I saw within myself. In doing so, I created a character that, at best, was uncaring and completely sociopathic. It wasn't long before I realized the character was so repugnant, that no matter how well I wrote the story, readers would never accept her as anything other than an antagonist.
So... I was left with the task of reconstruction. Over the… Continue
Added by William Butler on May 22, 2009 at 1:00am —
Okay so, here's the short I wrote about the final major character in the Ironics story - Amille. It's longer than the others but oddly, it is the least developed. In total there are five viewpoint characters
(here and in the initial Irony blog post), Garren
("human" from post 2), Noe
(the Ironic smuggler/lover in post 2), Amille
and the baby
, who is still nameless here. One of them is the "villian" of the collage of stories. I have decided to… Continue
Added by VD DeVau on May 20, 2009 at 8:27pm —
Just came back from Philly, from attending the only Black comic book convention in the US. It was awesome! Lions.12 did really good. I brought 40 comics with me and came back with five. It was smaller than most the cons I've been to, but I could feel the love. I got to see a awesome brother in the lord and ccas member there. Mark I had a good time brother. And I also got to meet Reggie Byers creator of Kidz of the King. Isay the greatest highlight if the trip was getting to minister to a boy… Continue
Added by GC Comics on May 19, 2009 at 7:15pm —
So, I've committed myself to writing fiction everyday just like I write do my research work everyday. And in spite of all the advice I've read and been given about daily writing and how rewarding writing everyday used to be for me --- I am uninspired. Well, that's not exactly right. I'll explain.
I have lots of ideas. Don't we all? Three of which I have been picking over for the last few years. I have posted some of the Ironics stories here but there are two other stories - one a… Continue
Added by VD DeVau on May 15, 2009 at 5:05pm —
Here is my brother Emezie's latest animation. It is by far my favorite to date. It is titled Rock Opera and I have no idea what inspired him to create this particular twisted, imaginative, animated tale. It’s deep.
The story, the art, the music are all his own and they are all absolutely awesome- and I'd say that even if he weren’t my brother.… Continue
Added by Nnedi Okorafor on May 14, 2009 at 10:41pm —
This is my first blog. And I plan to keep it brief. Ever since I heard this question, I've wondered what peoples answer would be regarding it. 'Can I walk a righteous path holding a beer?' Paradoxical in nature. But don't let that get in the way of how intriguing a question it is. I'd love to know peoples answer on the matter.
Added by Michael Herron on May 12, 2009 at 5:09pm —
I suspect I'll be using this blog more as a links/info dump than for commentary. Progress reports on writing/comic projects can be found at my dreamwidth
Link of the day: http://www.poarchcreekindians.org/xhtml/index.htm Continue
Added by Florence on May 12, 2009 at 3:39am —
Characters in our story are White, Black, Asian. Hispanic, Mayan...so far.
A main enabler is a Aphra, an industrial spy co-opted for the 2012 political campaign--black, beautiful, sexually aggressive and decidedly "uppity".
You can read some of Aphra's episodes in chronilogical sequence (not their order of posting) FIRST
Added by Team2012 on May 11, 2009 at 9:30pm —
Hey everyone would love to know what you all think of the previews and teasers for Orion and for "9".
Added by Deonte Hollomon on May 11, 2009 at 6:20pm —
Part two: The 1st Alliances
The EMPIRE STRIKES!
The Tauntaun pulled up short as it reached the crest of this particular snowy hill. Luke reached down and patted the great beast’s neck in comfort.
“What’s the matter girl?” he asked. “It’s just our new friends.”
But the animal showed no sign of decreased agitation as it considered the goliath that stood a mere fifty meters away. A goliath so big that despite standing in a gully and… Continue
Added by Night Manager on May 10, 2009 at 5:36pm —
NEW DARK FICTION GUILD STARTS
Authors James Cheetham and G.A.Buchholz recently launched The Dark Fiction Guild (http://darkfictionguild.com), an international, members-only community for authors, editors, publishers and other creators of high quality Dark Fiction, a broad genre that includes expressions such as poetry, drama, music and media (in print, music, movies, TV and the Internet), and encompasses such sub-genres as horror, dark fantasy, suspense, occult, supernatural, gothic… Continue
Added by Carole McDonnell on May 8, 2009 at 7:40pm —
"Winner of Science Fiction Book of the Year 2009, San Francisco Book Festival"
New Novel Traverses the Globe in Mind-Expanding, Action Adventure
Adin Kachisi’s New Novel Weaves Drama, History, Myth, Cultural Expedition, Radicalism
NEW YORK – At the core of Adin Kachisi’s riveting new novel, Rise of the Anakim: Tablets of Destiny (published by AuthorHouse), are one man’s travels across four continents in a desperate attempt… Continue
Added by Adin Kachisi on May 8, 2009 at 11:19am —
Added by Bill Ladson on May 6, 2009 at 9:00am —
Just wanted to let you know that my short story, From the Lost Diary of TreeFrog7, has just been published by Clarkesworld Magazine. Read it online… Continue
Added by Nnedi Okorafor on May 2, 2009 at 6:01am —
Special issue: Race and Ethnicity in Fandom (Summer 2011)
Transformative Works and Cultures
editor AT transformativeworks.org
SPECIAL ISSUE EDITORS
Sarah Gatson (Gatson AT tamu.edu), Sociology, Texas A&M University,
Robin Reid (Robin_Reid AT… Continue
Added by Carole McDonnell on May 1, 2009 at 2:11pm —
Another bit of the Ironics story. I've been dusting off the pieces and looking them over and trying to decide if I will ever put them together and make them into something worth reading. This story was written before the one I posted previously. I keep coming back to this one, thinking that something is there, but I haven't returned to write it through to the end.
The Ironic Dream
Tally’s breath was hot on Garren’s face. Garren closed his eyes against the steady press of… Continue
Added by VD DeVau on April 27, 2009 at 10:40pm —
Email BlackAgeofComics@ECBACC.com to be added to the East Coast Black Age of Comics Convention email list.
See our Application Forms page for more information about volunteering or purchasing an admission to the convention.…
Added by The Cushite on April 25, 2009 at 12:43pm —
Added by Carole McDonnell on April 23, 2009 at 9:44am —