We’re joined by writer and historian Phenderson Djeli Clark. In this episode we address some of the biggest myths regarding the separation of the races across history. We then go off on a massive rant about gods of Egypt and harry potter among other things. Finally we discuss some of Phenderson’s writing and upcoming stories.


Medieval People of Color Blog Because you wouldn’t want to be historically inaccurate


The Dark Tower Books

The Dark Tower Books


Visit The Dark Tower Official Website for books and comics


Nigerians in Space by Deji Olokutun


Books by Heike Owusu


Nelson Mandela’s Favorite African Folktales


A Dictionary of African Mythology: The Mythmaker as Storyteller
Harold Scheub. First link is the Kindle Edition, second is the Hardcover


The Palmwine Drunkard by Amos Tutuola


The Vorrh by Brian Catling


Upcoming short story by P. Djeli Clark

Upcoming short story by P. Djeli Clark


P. Djeli Clark is an Afro-Caribbean-American writer of speculative fiction. Raised on genres of fantasy, sci fi, horror and the supernatural, I felt a need for more diverse tales with more diverse characters drawn from more diverse sources. To that end, I put pen to pad and fingers to keyboard, seeking to Imagine, Dream and Create new realms to explore.


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  1. […] Mind you, none of it involved me taking the initiative. In March I sat in on the London-based Kugali Podcast where we chopped it up about everything from Harry Potter to Gods of Egypt. Fun times. The […]