In 2016, I published The Token Black Guide, which discusses and examines experiences and perspectives (historical and personal) on race in America. In February 2020, I presented a TEDx Talk at the University of Mississippi entitled "The Importance of the Narrative." I am the author of Bastards of the Bayou and Magnolia Lane, fictional works which blend History and Horror. Additionally, I have served as the coordinator and guide for tours on the University of Mississippi campus contextualizing the history of slavery. In Fall of 2021, I assumed the role of Managing Editor for the Sociology of Race and Ethnicity (SRE), an academic publication discussing and analyzing issues related to race and identity.
Victoria Blanc ruled her Southern Empire proudly and in defiance of the social mores and norms imposed upon her. But her reign ended in violence and bloodshed. 150 years later, a tour group caught in flash floods and blinding rains will seek refuge in the home, violating the one rule of the house. Now they must come face to face with the horror and violence of “The Magnolia."
150 years later, a group touring her home will seek refuge within its walls… violating the one rule of the house…