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Troy L. Wiggins

Troy L. Wiggins is from Memphis, Tennessee. He was raised on a steady diet of comic books, fantasy fiction, and role-playing games. His short fiction has appeared or is forthcoming in Griots: Sisters of the Spear, Long Hidden: Speculative Fiction From the Margins of History, The Afrikana Review, Literary Orphans, and Memphis Noir. When he's not tweeting @TroyLWiggins, he finds time to update his blog, Afrofantasy, where he writes about the intersection of speculative fiction, race, and nerd culture. He has found his way back to Memphis, and he currently lives there with his wife and their tiny expuptriate. Blog: Troy L. Wiggins Twitter: @TroyLWiggins

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Writers and Rules: The Dragon Con 2016 Recap

One Rioter's recap of all the sights and sounds of DragonCon, plus a mini-interview and a few rules for Dragon Con newbies.

Okorafor and Jemisin’s Hugo Award Win Huge Victory for Black Readers

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The Unique Crime Fiction Perspectives of Black and Latinx women

Want more crime fiction? Here's a roundup of titles written by black and latinx women.

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Troy gives us a primer on black comic writers you should know.

The Effects of Racism: A Reading List

A list of books that discusses how black people live and persist despite racism.

Nighthawk is the Black Superhero I’ve Been Waiting For

The importance of Nighthawk, the rare black superhero that tackles issues relevant to the Black American experience.

11 Black Comic Artists to Know

You should make sure you're familiar with these 11 black comic artists.

Reading Pathways: Walter Mosley

Walter Mosley is a bestselling author of fiction and nonfiction. Here's where to start with his work.

How Comic Fans of Color Should Deal With Death

Troy has a few tips for comic book fans of color dealing with the death of comic book characters that look like you.