The Mayonnaise Murders, Chapter 7, Scene 2
/ April 15, 2015 0 COMMENTS

Dude, I’m telling you it was all the way too strange what happened next, and this is coming from me, all right? You get what I’m telling you? This shit is coming from me. When was the last time you ever heard me say anything was too fucking weird for me all right? You follow?…

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Sci Fi is for when reality just isn’t enough
/ April 14, 2015 0 COMMENTS

Every once and awhile in my literary travels, which sometimes is no more than me scrolling around looking for some good words to inspire a blog post like this one (not everything has to be deep) I stumble across some good words that inspire a blog like this one. So the good words that got…

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Who Stole the Zmulobeast, Chapter 4, Scene 1
/ April 14, 2015 0 COMMENTS

See, ever since I’d heard Stool Pigeon talk about the Zmulobeast getting smuggled away down there by the harbor, I couldn’t get that one word out of my mind: helix. According to Pigeon, somebody he called ‘The Little One’ thought he heard that word while the mysterious crew down at the docks was busy stealing…

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The Mayonnaise Murders, Chapter 7, Scene 1
/ April 13, 2015 0 COMMENTS

Even as a little kid, Johnny Beardy was quite the stud. Or at least that’s the way he tells it. If I was telling my own story, that’s probably the way I’d tell it too, so who really knows, right? Then again, who cares? It’s a good story. Anyway, as Beardy tells it, he always…

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Sci Fi, Live and in Living Color
/ April 13, 2015 0 COMMENTS

In an earlier post, I talked about how I believe science fiction is made stronger when it is more diverse. Today on African American Journal with host Stephen Henderson, I joined my friend and colleague Cornelius Fortune to discuss the topic in more depth. Above is a clip from the show. To watch the entire…

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