Writing While Black

Bestselling author Sumiko Saulson writes award-winning multicultural sci-fi, fantasy, horror and Afrosurrealism. Their/her monthly column Writing While Black follows the struggles of black writers in the literary arts and other segments of arts and entertainment. Black novelists, short story scribes and screen writers are constantly up against an industry that excludes them and pays white people to tell black stories. How do black writers navigate a Convention and Conference Circuit that is so vital to up and coming writers but often has glass ceilings and exclusionary practices?

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#HugosSoWhite August 2019 Column

#StokersSoWhite Part 1 September 2019 Column


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