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African American Prose Review By Angela Khristin Brown
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a collection of short prose written on black culture. An outstanding collection of prose used to entice the reader with dialog about culture and society which is a true inspiration of work about folk... More > prose. It is the voice within us that important data is no longer over looked or ignored. Prose is created upon racial, ethnic and domestic themes. The nature of the poems is the ideas that circulate within our minds.< Less
Andre at Roots: An American Boy's Experience in an African Village By Verity Egho
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If you were raised outside Africa or in an African city what would you expect to experience if you were to be in a typical African village today? How does African culture and social environment... More > positively influence attitude of a juvenile? An unruly African American boy, Andre was sent by his parents to his maternal village in Africa to be tamed by African culture and environment. He experienced African village comprehensively in entertaining and informative ways. He heard the facts and fiction on witchcraft and spirit creatures in Africa. He listened to an old man account how Africa was marauded and looted by some Europeans and why Africa is rife in conflicts today. The boy was tamed and returned to U.S. The book gives a picture of Africa in the past and life in a typical African village today. It is based on true life incidents, events and facts...< Less
Andre at Roots: An American Boy's Experience in an African Village By Verity Egho
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Do you know for sure how life in a typical African village is like today? What would you expect to see or experience in an African village today if you find yourself in one? Andre at Roots is a... More > synopsis of life and setting in a typical African village today, set around a real life story of an unruly 15 years old African American boy who was sent to his maternal root village in the River Niger Delta in Africa - to be cultured! He experienced first hand the traditonal extended family culture of Africa, African village environment today, traditional food, hunting and fishing, traditional prosecution and attendant drama,native justice..., He got the facts and the fiction on spirit creatures and witchcraft in Africa, he listened to stories of long past European attrocities and plundering in Africa. He learnt why Africa is rife in crisis or volatile today. African culture, environment and stories tamed him before he returned to the U.S. It is a synopsis of Africa in the past and Africa today.< Less
THE CHANCE SHE TOOK By Urban Fiction
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SPAULDEN PUBLISHING PRESENTS: ....... KOLE BLACK emerges with -The Chance She Took- ...the story of Miss Rayqelle Davis, the step daughter of a Chicago police officer, who grows up in a seriously... More > dysfunctional home and turns to the streets as a means of escape. After some truly bad experiences with thug love, that leave her both emotionally and physically battered, Rayqelle soon grows to understand that fast life and fast love in the hood ain’t all that it’s cracked up to be. That's when she meets Chance, a very handsome and mysterious artist whose love threatens to turn her whole world upside down.< Less
A Teaspoon of Fiction By ain hd
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After fiction is banned across the nation, writer Imani Childs decides to go against the grain - at the expense of her love life.
Tahara Among African Tribes By Harold M. Sherman
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Harold M. Sherman has provided an unexcelled series of exciting adventures in the four volumes on “Tahara” which are sure to appeal to the thousands of Sherman fans as well as those... More > coming by his stories for the first time. Here is something entirely new and captivating in Juvenile Fiction! Harold M. Sherman, most popular of writers for boys, has gone far afield in the placing of his fast-moving action stories against the background of mysterious, thrill-producing jungle lands. Tahara, an American boy, son of an internationally known scientist and explorer, sees his father wounded and carried away by roaming bandit bands and he, himself, is captured by a fierce desert tribe. Because of the boy’s courage and resourcefulness, he is given the name “Tahara” and adopted by the tribe, becoming eventually boy king of the desert.< Less
Tahara Among African Tribes By Harold M. Sherman
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Harold M. Sherman has provided an unexcelled series of exciting adventures in the four volumes on “Tahara” which are sure to appeal to the thousands of Sherman fans as well as those... More > coming by his stories for the first time. Here is something entirely new and captivating in Juvenile Fiction! Harold M. Sherman, most popular of writers for boys, has gone far afield in the placing of his fast-moving action stories against the background of mysterious, thrill-producing jungle lands. Tahara, an American boy, son of an internationally known scientist and explorer, sees his father wounded and carried away by roaming bandit bands and he, himself, is captured by a fierce desert tribe. Because of the boy’s courage and resourcefulness, he is given the name “Tahara” and adopted by the tribe, becoming eventually boy king of the desert.< Less
African Short Stories Vol. 1 By Chin Ce [Ed.]
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̉African Short Stories Vol. 1 is an important contribution to the short fiction genre of prose writing. Edited by poet, novelist, critic and fellow of the Literary Society International, Chin... More > Ce, the stories strive to reflect aspects of modern and traditional life within the overall aesthetic of the short narrative in Africa.< Less
60 Black Women in Horror Fiction By Sumiko Saulson
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February is African American History Month here in the United States. It is also Women in Horror Month (WiHM). In 2013, as an Ambassador for Women in Horror Month. This list of black women who write... More > horror was compiled at the intersection of the two. The booklet also includes interviews with nine of the women and an essay about Octavia Butler and L.A. Banks.< Less
Spirit Fruit: Collected Speculative Fiction By Carole McDonnell
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This collection of published stories by novelist Carole McDonnell -- author of the acclaimed multicultural Christian fantasy novels Wind Follower and The Constant Tower-- brings together... More > multicultural concerns, spirituality, and speculative fiction. The fantastical elements in these tales range from contemporary worlds to alternate worlds, from Europe to Africa to worlds yet to come. Crusaders amid spiritual battles and courtly love are side by side with African fairies, the non-verbal inhabitants of a non-verbal world, a dying old Jamaican witch, and Asian princes. In this multicultural age, fantasy and supernatural stories are joined to stories about spiritual journeys in our own world and beyond.< Less