‘Dark Winds’ Series Adaptation Set at AMC With George R.R. Martin, Robert Redford Producing; Zahn McClarnon and Kiowa Gordon to Star
"A psychological thriller that follows two Navajo police officers in the 1970s Southwest, as their search for clues in a grisly double murder case...
The series order is the product of several months in a writers’ room staffed entirely by Native American writers, and it is a series that will be brought to life by those storytellers, with a cast led by Zahn McClarnon and featuring Native American actors, filmed largely in and around Native American lands, with the full support and blessing of The Navajo Nation...”
Michael Vlamis and Michael Trevino are in Santa Fe to work on a project together before S4 filming kicks off. The project is a short film called "Fog of War" by Swedish-American writer/director Steven Lundgren, executive producer Aprill Winney (directed episodes 3x03 and 3x04 of RNM S3), and producer Pam Robinson. Special effects will be provided by Everett M Byrom III, who's also been working on RNM for several seasons.
The short film is set in France, in October 1918, less than a month before World War I ended.
Private Tommy Atkins (Michael Vlamis) is in hell.
He just found out that his entire family has succumbed to the Spanish Flu, while he’s stuck in France fighting a war he doesn’t even understand. When his brother is killed in battle, Tommy starts having visions of a horrifying creature roaming the battlefield at night, devouring the souls of dead soldiers.
As Tommy little by little loses his connection to reality, his mental state turns from that of an innocent boy from Queens, NY with hopes for the future, to a detached young man with nothing left to lose.
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thomas jefferson and sally hemings did not have a forbidden romance as many historians like to say. sallywas thomas’s child sex slave and it’s time that people know the truth about our founding fathers.
Photo of Carson McCullers, author of The Heart Is A Lonely Hunter and Member of the Wedding, by Adam Fischer, New York, 1946
“It is a curious emotion, this certain homesickness I have in mind. With Americans, it is a national trait, as native to us as the roller-coaster or the jukebox. It is no simple longing for the home town or country of our birth. The emotion is Janus-faced: we are torn between a nostalgia for the familiar and an urge for the foreign and strange. As often as not, we are homesick most for the places we have never known.”
My name is Kihnindewa, I’m a 22 yr old black ndn bisexual two-spirit (they/them, thank u). I’m a tarot reader, certified reiki practitioner, a writer & im trying to move out in 2021 ! Asap, really. I’m struggling really hard to function in my current situation & my quality of life is trash.
I live on tribal grounds in a food desert. I have to drive an hour round trip to buy food & medicine, and to work. I have joint issues, driving so much is slowly making my pain more & more unbearable. And I live in the home I was s*xually ab*sed in as a child, which is extremely hard on my PTSD. And that isn’t even everything. I cannot continue to live here. I was set to move out last month, with another black ndn two-spirit friend, but I was f*red after blatant racial discrimination & everything fell apart. Anyways.
The point of this post is to promote my patreon, where I do tarot readings & post poetry every month, to secure consistent & safe income for myself. You can get familiar with my writing here* & check out some feedback from my tarot readings here & here :)
I’m currently at $272, which is amazing & I’m extremely grateful & proud. Thank you all so much for supporting me as much as u have. I would really appreciate boosting this post & considering becoming a patron if you can & you’re interested in what I do, thank you ily all so much.
Hi! This is an edit being made to this post in nearly April 2021. Since making this post, a couple things have changed. For one, I quit my disgusting job after receiving no justice for racial harassment & a white co-worker saying the n word. For two, my bills have grown lol. So, I am updating my goal to $700 to aim for fully supporting myself with this as my main source of income. Bills, food, gas, etc. This goal may go down as I work on creating another source of income (starting an actual tarot & reiki business)! I’m discouraged that I’m no longer halfway to my goal, but I’m still hopeful & I feel very loved from all of the support I’ve gotten. Thank you so much 🧿
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Feeling a sudden desire, for whatever reason, to add some diversity to your bookshelf? Want to put a few bucks in the pockets of authors of color? Here’s a sampler platter to get you started.
A film historian and a hot name in horror fiction, Due is an outspoken academic and prolific author. Start with The Good House, a 2003 Gothic, if you're a fan of haunted house stories.
Wrath James White
A former athlete, White is a hugely prolific author of hardcore horror. You can start with The Resurrectionist, but honestly, with more than 35 books to choose from, you've got plenty of options.
LaValle has only written four novels so far, but they're well-regarded and rich narratives. The Changeling is the usual recommendation for a starting place.
Southern Gothic themes woven through horror, suspense and urban themes - that's Massey's brand in a nutshell. He's plenty prolific, so you've got a bunch to choose from. Maybe start with this year's new release, The Quiet Ones.
A prolific short story writer, Burke writes speculative fiction and comic books. If you'd like a collection of stories all in one place, try out Let's Play White. If you'd rather do a novel, read The Strange Crimes of Little Africa.
Do you like pulpy erotic vampire horror? You don't have to answer that. Just buy Jefferson's books if you do. There's a series, so you'll want to start at the beginning with Voice of the Blood.
An actor and screenwriter, Boatman is also a novelist. He writes splatterpunk that Joe Lansdale has praised, which is as fine an accolade as they come. The Revenant Road was his first novel. He also shows up in a ton of anthologies, so keep an eye out.
Oyeyemi is a rising star, Shirley Jackson Award finalist, scholar, a world traveler, among other things. Her most recent book, Gingerbread, came out in 2019. I think it would not be out of line to compare her to Angela Carter.
Maurice Carlos Ruffin
A debut novelist, Ruffin's work launched with a bang in February. His book We Cast a Shadow was long-listed for a stack of prizes, and as a scathing cultural sci-fi horror, it fits right in with the work of folks like Jordan Peele.
A Nigerian-American writer, Okorafor writes for both children and adults, and her stories have earned a whole stack of awards. She is, for the record, also disabled. She's got a whole stack of YA and adult books to choose from, as well as comic books. Binti and its sequel are as good a place as any to start, though.
Philanthropist, playwright, poet, author -- Gomez dabbles in a lot of things, and she's an outspoken voice for LGBTQ women of color. Check out The Gilda Stories if you've always wanted to read about a black lesbian vampire (and, let's be honest, who hasn't?)
PS: When you order, don’t waste your money on Amazon. Instead, use a service like https://bookshop.org/ that distributes your hard-earned cash to independent booksellers. Keep money in your community.
PPS: I love Toni Morrison and Octavia Butler and also left them off the list because they’re well-known already and because I think it’s really important right now to support living artists, but you should check out their work too.