Black Sci Fi: You don’t talk black
/ June 4, 2015 2 COMMENTS

This short little piece on Afropunk entitled “27 things You Had to Deal With as The Only Black Kid In Your Class” cracked me up, mostly because I can relate. When I re-posted the above image on Facebook, which was one of the images in the piece, I got quite a response from my peeps, which…

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Mayonnaise Murders; Vee remembers a Planet 10 childhood
/ June 3, 2015 0 COMMENTS

Everybody back on V-5 figured I must have grown up like some little princess with well-trained mutants waiting on me hand and foot, pouring my bathwater and scrubbing my toes, just because I was born on Very Very. That’s why I always say people usually go on and assume something when they don’t actually know, hey?…

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Detroit’s water crisis; an ideal sci fi dystopian moment
/ June 2, 2015 0 COMMENTS

Watching and waiting (waiting…?) as Detroit’s ongoing water shutoff crisis continues, it’s hard for me to miss how much this storyline closely resembles that of a dystopian novel. As a matter of fact, the entire city of Detroit is a dystopian novel in many ways, perpetually trying to write itself out of the sorts of…

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The Mayonnaise Murders; Vid talks about his background
/ June 1, 2015 0 COMMENTS

It wasn’t all that bad, I don’t guess. But then as a young critter comin up as I did on the rougher side of V-5 (which is saying something if you know anything at all about the place, kinda like sayin the hottest part of the sun), I don’t guess I really had anything to…

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