:Random 11:

Ja’da posed a great question. I think this is an excellent conversation starter. With her permission I would love to use it as a catalyst for a separate post in which to give my thoughts on the answer to this question. My comment would just be too long.

quixoticmuses

As a writer, I have come to understand that in every capacity the term “urban” is synonymous with “Black people.” I don’t want to be an urban fiction writer; I want to be a writer. But I’m Black writing about Black people and not exclusively Black people drama. So I feel like I’m automatically fitted into the urban fiction slot when really, I just want to write fictional stories. Period.

How do I get there?

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7 thoughts on “:Random 11:

  1. I will be looking for your response, this is an interesting question. I write women’s contemporary fiction and have yet to be categorized by anyone whose read my work so far. The fact that I’m a black female hasn’t even entered into the equation. At least not to my face, lol.

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