At Diabolique, Heather Drain writes about the Devil in American music. “Rock & Roll might still be the bogeyman to repressed, misguided fundamentalist types, but it wasn’t the first modern musical genre to get labeled “the devil’s music.” During the 1920s, Jazz was branded with that very same […]
Sterling K. Brown talks about working on Black Panther. “Sterling K. Brown is better known for his small-screen roles, such as Emmy-winning performances in The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story and This Is Us than for films, but this year his role as N’Jobu in Black […]
Learn so much about Black women in horror film from the 1930s to the present at Graveyard Shift Sisters!
“Demon Knight was my first introduction to the Black Final Girl so I naturally watched this movie repeatedly on cable as a thirteen year old. Jeryline had some run-in’s with the law that landed her in a motel hell work release that would seal her fate for several […]
Iron Circus Comix publisher C. Spike Trotman runs down “some reference for folks who want to draw/model black characters in their work, but aren’t confident they won’t make simple, obvious mistakes w/r/t black hair.” Read via Thread Reader here. (Thanks, Mark!)
At Graveyard Shift Sisters, Eden Royce interviews Rebecca Roanhorse, Nebula Award-winning writer of “Welcome to Your Authentic Indian Experience (TM)” and Trail of Lightning. “I love that I was able to create a fantasy world and make it Native, and not in a primitive tribes vs. civilization way, […]