Afrofuturism is on the Radar once again, and this time we explore its relationship to Cyberpunk, a related Science Fiction genre.
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Writing has become one of my many joys in life. Reading a good story is also a one of the things I do to have fun. Now I would like to invite you to do them both with me together. Here’s how you can do it with me. Each week I will post a new chapter of a story. Follow along with me as I write. You will be able to interact with me and possible find your way into my story. I will name character in the story after people who give me useful commentary.
Just when New Yorkers were given the wakeup call into the realities of Global Warming by Hurricane Sandy NYers adjusted quickly especially the people of Harlem. They quickly made hurricane prep a part of their culture and continued living with the absence of storm fear. However, they’re not done learning about the powers of this planet. These Harlemites become the hosts of yet another one of mother nature’s catastrophes. Few people knew there was a fracture in the bedrock of the village of Harlem. When this inactive fault line under Harlem’s famed 125th street becomes active all of Harlem begins to shake as New York experiences a category 8 earthquake. Find out who will survive this catastrophic extinction level event. Read along as Jeff Carroll, a wanna be Harlemite crafts an adventurous tale set in a city of chaos.
Kenny a television audience producer is prepared for everything Murphy’s Law can throw at him. With the help of his roommate, high school friends and running buddies he manages to generate a packed audience through the challenging weather conditions. So when the forecast is for a Sandy level hurricane Kenny has no problems getting over 3000 people to break from their storm prep and come out to the Apollo Theater. Not in his wildest dreams would he think that his team of audience coordinators would have to navigate block long crevasse, collapsing buildings and lawless streets. It will take all of his team’s skills to escape being buried under the rubble of this world famous concrete jungle.