Author Note: It has been 2 weeks since George Lloyd was murdered on camera on a Minneapolis street. The video will have no link here. Don’t look for it. It … Continue reading In The Remembering Of #GeorgeLloyd
Imagine a woman so dynamic, so powerful that she can change her age, sex or even race? Part One of the book opens to with Doro, whom through is already … Continue reading April 2020 Book Review-Wild Seed By Octavia Butler
I grew up in St. Louis. I grew up where there is nothing but the talk of baseball season permeating every conversation from here to Chicago. I mean, Opening Day? … Continue reading March Madness: Black Women Be Knowin'
“Light as a feather, stiff as a board.” The Craft was released the summer I turned 15, 1996. I finally watched it on cable during my Junior year of high … Continue reading Did I Tell You About Time I Wanted To Be A Witch?
I finally got a copy of Parable Of The Talents by Octavia E. Butler. I found the copy at a local Black owned bookstore (Yes, it was Eye See Me!). … Continue reading #28DaysOfBlackness: The Flock Of ‘Rare Birds’
When I was writing what my father called ‘dark stuff’, I had no idea there were black women that were writing ‘dark stuff’. I had no idea there was a … Continue reading The Flocking of ‘Rare Birds’ Of A Feather