Fantasy
Review- Empyrean: Return of The Fire Faery

Review- Empyrean: Return of The Fire Faery

Minor Spoilers: Growing up, I didn't see any fairies of color with curly hair. I got used to associating fairies with the blonde-haired blue-eyed Tinker Bell because she eventually had her own storyline and major role. Meanwhile, any fairies of color I saw felt more...

Who Knew?  Ameriie Has A New Fantasy Anthology Coming Out

Who Knew? Ameriie Has A New Fantasy Anthology Coming Out

You may remember the stunning Grammy award winning artist from her hit songs "Why Don't We Fall In Love", and "One Thing" that had the radio waves blazing in the early 2000's.  Well according to her bio, not only is Ameriie a Sci-Fi & Fantasy enthusiast, but she...

Review: Aurion: Legacy of The Kori-Odan

Review: Aurion: Legacy of The Kori-Odan

It's no secret that there isn't the best representation of black people in video games. If they aren't stereotypes, then they are a part of a handful of playable characters. Thankfully, Cameroonian game developer Kiro'o Games has started to fill this void with their...

Music Duo OSHUN Channels The Orisha To Inspire Change

Music Duo OSHUN Channels The Orisha To Inspire Change

Afrofuturism uses aspects of African and African American culture, science fiction, and fantasy to critique and reimagine the past, present, and the future. Two upcoming musicians that have Afrofuturistic elements in their work are Thandiwe and Niambi Sala, known...

Cindi Mayweather: Behind The Music

Cindi Mayweather: Behind The Music

“I imagined many moons in the sky lighting the way to freedom.” She is one of the most the critically acclaimed musicians out today. Between her successful albums, films, award nominations and collaborations with everyone from the late Prince to First Lady Michelle...

ICYMI: State of Black Science Fiction Convention 2016

ICYMI: State of Black Science Fiction Convention 2016

Milton Davis and Balogun Ojetade founded the State of Black Science Fiction (SOBSF) Facebook group in 2012 as a space for black authors, illustrators, filmmakers, animators, and other purveyors or enthusiasts of speculative fiction, science fiction, fantasy and horror...

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