It is not a Dead Future, it is a Living Art: Afrofuturism for the Artist, for Everyone.

Originally Published @ Afrokanist Magazine, London. 2016. Shoutout to Abi. — A Beginning [to “Home Is Africa” – Horace Parlan] James Baldwin said, “Literature is indispensable to the world. The world changes according to the way people see it, and if you alter, even by a millimeter, the way a person looks at reality, then […]

Feb 17, 2018
In Elephant’s Time

“So, the city: is it ours?”

Mar 22, 2017
Nonfiction | On-screen
When The Minutes Tick Away: “The Fits” Film Review

Somewhere along the way I lost count. At some point I just began to…see. Floating maybe, I became totally suspended in the dangerous and eerie world called The Fits. The Fits is a coming-of-age story that follows a 11-year old tomboy, Toni (Royalty Hightower), as she navigates rituals of adolescence in Cincinnati. She migrates from […]

Oct 19, 2016
Nonfiction | Body Language
This Is What I’ve Longed For (Since You Left)

1. i see two people in front of me. they’re laughing, giggling, willing to spit up about the only-just-bearable food. they seem content to enjoy the slob together. the one with the long, blonde hair – she – her mug acts as safety net and weapon: a tool to drink from, yes, but an excuse […]

Jun 28, 2016