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Sound and Silence in the Jim Crow South

Representations of music in Jeremy Love’s Bayou, Paolo Parisi’s Coltrane and Long/Demonakos’ The Silence of Our Friends

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The New Negro As Comic Book Artist

Literary expressions of African American experience have always been deeply entrenched in the realm of social perception, spectacle, and visibility.

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Bayou Vol 1, Jeremy Love

This is a beautiful and haunting comic. It’s kind of what I had hoped and expected to feel after reading Swamp Thing, to be honest. Not the parts about racism, but the parts about the feeling of the swamp as a powerful life force that cannot be controlled and that contains far more life in […]

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