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Mental Health at the Intersection of Black Speculative Fiction

Mental Health at the Intersection of Black Speculative Fiction

Today is #WorldMentalHealthDay and while there has been more attention brought to the topic as of late, when it comes to mental health within the black community, there is still much to be addressed.  Thankfully, there is literature out there that addresses the...

Review- Manticore #1

Review- Manticore #1

Writer/ Letterer: Keith A. Miller Penciller: Ian Gabriel Publisher: Rosarium Publishing Rating: 17 + Only A sphinx-like beast with the face of a man, the body of a lion, and the tail of a dragon, a manticore is a creature from Persian mythology at the center of an...

Disposable and Black

Disposable and Black

When it comes to movies and TV, I’ve developed a knee-jerk cringe in reaction to seeing a group of white protagonists with one or two black companions. It’s an automatic response, almost instinctual, because I know that those black people are the expendable ones. I...

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