My Creepy Neighbor, Robert E. Lee
I believe that every Black person has a Black voice in our ear, acting as our conscience, checking us if we’re not looking out for other Black people.
Magical NegroThe Legend of Bagger Vance
Buffalo-cauliflower joke lifted from Jaboukie Young-White.
Catapult published Chris L. Terry’s novel Black Card in 2019. NPR called Black Card “searingly hilarious” and listed it as one of the best books of the year. Terry was born in 1979 to an African American father and an Irish American mother. He has a BA in English from Virginia Commonwealth University and a creative writing MFA from Columbia College Chicago. His debut novel Zero Fade was named a Best Book of the Year by Slate and Kirkus Reviews.
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I think about the many invisible struggles, the empty places I have had to fill for my kids. The bridges I’ve had to build.
In Tobe Hooper’s famous horror film, the color yellow is a visual catalyst for the evil that is to come.