The dreams of the, apparently racially-pure, childhood of the 1950's destroys the memories of a childhood in the 1990's, when Nazis marched in history books, not in the streets. That also creates pain.
This is a pain which I give voice to below.
I will be upfront in saying that I hold nothing back in the depiction of the sad and brutal reality of racism in this poem. I must do so, if I am going to be honest in calling it out for the laziness and cowardice that it truly is. You have been warned.
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Summer Of 68: A Zombie Novel by Kevin Millikin Narrator: Rick Gregory Published by Kevin Millikin on 09-07-17 Genres: Horror , Post-Apocalyptic , Zombies Length:
The following letter came to me via The Internet. It is a non-official satirical response written presumably by white students to black students attending Oxford’s
My very first novel, Mackenzie: An Assassin's Tale, is now available in print. myBook.to/MackenzieAssasin The snippet below is from a transitional moment when Mackenzie starts