I received a nomination for the Kreativ Blogger Award! Thank you to Balogun from Chronicles of Harriet. Check him out! He is a speculative fiction author, including works of steampunk and Swords and Soul genres, and he blogs about various speculative fiction cultures.
As per the Kreativ Blogger Award rules I must:
- Thank my nominator and provide a link to their blog.
- List seven things that readers might find interesting about me.
- Nominate seven other bloggers.
Seven things about me that readers might find interesting
- I have traveled to both Japan and London
- I write poetry and I plan to eventually publish my poetry collection that I wrote in my Journalism/Creative Writing capstone class.
- I am still socially awkward. I am working on that. LOL!
- I wrote a thesis on percussion in hip-hop and how it forms the basis of the music, social organizing and philosophy of not just hip-hop culture, but many cultures in the African diaspora. I plan to publish this too.
- I am only 21 years old. I know, shocking!
- My guilty pleasure show is Degrassi.
- I started this blog over a year ago as a final assignment in my blogging class.
Here are seven blogs I subscribe to and I am nominating for the Kreativ Blogger Award (and there are several other great blogs I follow that I love, but sadly I could only picked seven):
- The Adventures of Cosmic Yoruba and Her Flying Machines – She is a Yoruban woman who describes herself as “weird” and blogs about her “weird” interests, like speculative fiction, k-pop, and African histories.
- The Afrofuturist Affair – It is a community formed to celebrate, strengthen, and promote Afrofuturistic and Black Scifi culture through creative events and creative writing. (They will be announcing their website launch this Saturday.)
- AstroMytholosophy – She uses myth, science fiction and afrofuturism to explore the world around her.
- Chronicles of Harriet - Look above
- New Black Man (in Exile) - The Duke University professor is an who blogs about various aspects of Black cultures and issues concerning Black communities.
- Abagond – He blogs about social issues like racism, histories of the African diaspora and whatever else he chooses.
- Live Unchained – Arts and media initiative helping to unite women of the African diaspora and also to creatively free them of the chains that bind them.