Set It Off: My Writing Goals for 2017

It’s that time of year again, never late but right on time! Let me queue up some reading music for you all. This is my third year doing this type of post, a retrospective navel gaze on my writing output for the year followed by some goal setting. As always, credit where it’s due: this…

I Got Five On It: Marvel’s Luke Cage

  It’s been a while since I’ve done one of these, so let me refresh everyone. The “I Got Five on It” series consists of posts where I give my five thoughts–right or wrong—on a book, graphic novel/comic, film, or TV show. This is a very off the dome, stream of consciousness type of analysis…

Review: Black Girl Magic Literary Magazine #1

There are quite a few venues that specialize in the publication of short-form speculative fiction, but the Black Girl Magic Literary Magazine is rather unique among them. The Editor-in-Chief, Kenesha Williams, has a pointed mission: Black Girl Magic Lit Mag is a literary magazine created to address the lack of diverse, non-majority voices and characters…

The Dumps

It’s been a hell of a month, both in meatspace and in writing, so this month’s post is going to be one of those all-arounders instead of centered on a certain theme. Apologies in advance for rambles. I haven’t bitten into Lightspeed Magazine’s People of Colo(u)r Destroy Science Fiction issue yet, but the cover is GORGEOUS…

Help Rosarium Publishing Reach The Next Level

“I believe it’s imperative that people are able to tell their own stories. They can build their own tables rather than ask for a place at the table.” – Bill Campbell, founder, Rosarium Publishing The last few years has seen the rise of many public conversations in media and fan spaces surrounding the far-fetched idea…