Monthly Archives: November 2016

Sumiko Saulson’s Black Women in Horror Writing #19: Zane

“Resident Evil” by Zane, from Dark Dreams: A Collection of Horror and Suspense by Black Writers Review by Bryan Cebulski (@BryanOnion) Bearing no resemblance to any Japanese survival-horror videogame franchise, “Resident Evil” is the opening story of the collection Dark Dreams: … Continue reading

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“admit it for eternity”

I’ve been browsing my old writing folders to get some inspiration and have found a few things that feel like they’re worth posting. The following is a poem(?) I wrote a few years ago as a result of listening to Say … Continue reading

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Cinemasculinity #6: Luke Cage – Shownotes

Script: Here. Sources: Berlatsky, Noah. “Luke Cage takes on the ultimate villain: America’s toxic black male stereotypes”. Quartz Magazine. Charity, Justin. “Luke Cage, Black Conservative”. The Ringer. Hamed, Amani Marie. “Luke Cage Is a Model of Positive Mental Health and … Continue reading

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