The wait is over. Spyfunk! is here.
Espionage, Intrigue, Secrets, Lies. Welcome to the world of Spyfunk!, a collection of spy tales that put characters of African/African Diaspora descent front and center. These exciting stories range from conventional to extraordinary, with stories that follow the rules and break them. The settings range from the past to the future, and from reality to fantasy. Spyfunk! has the package, and it’s more than ready to deliver!
The Spyfunk! Table of Contents!
Spy School – John F. Allen
She Loves How He Glows – Eugen Bacon
Nothing for Nothing – Jeff Carroll
Ghost – Milton J. Davis
The Interview – Keith Gaston
El Originario Extrano Del Kalypso Kid – Joe Hilliard
The End is the Ecstasy – William A. Jackson
When The Tide Turns – Tiara Jante’
Codes and Coda – BJ Jones
Train, Pain and Naturals – Gavin Matthews
Ace of Spades – Balogun Ojetade
Three of Clubs: Centimeter – Guy A. Sims
Rundown in Jamdown – Russell A. Smith
The Standing Death – Rodney Turner
The Bonds That Bind – Dennis R. Upkins
A Bullet from a God’s Gun – Napoleon Wells
Gratitude to Milton Davis for not only blessing me with this opportunity but for also being one of the most dedicated souls to Black Speculative Fiction and all things Black Excellence. To be included in a groundbreaking anthology which showcases an amazing array of talented writers is an honor in itself.
The Bonds That Bind is a major achievement on a personal level because it’s un asunto de La Familia.
I finally got to fulfill a promise I made some years back. The Pogue Institute makes its presence known and two superheroes by the names of Zephram and Summer Pogue make their long-awaited and long overdue debut. Said debut lays groundwork for other stories I have down the pipeline.