Greetings Dieselfunkateers! I shall be attending San Diego Comicon this week.
So fascinating to be at this place in my career with panels and business meetings that are quite fulfilling. Tremendous thanks to Michael Davis of the Black Panel for allowing me to participate when he didn’t have to. Much appreciation to the Great Jeff Smith for the panel and signing I’ll be rocking with him on. And last, but definitely not least, to the always industrious LaWana Richmond for honoring me at the Afrofuturism Lounge. Schedule is as follows:
Location: Room 29AB (Signing after Talk at Cartoon Books Booth #2109)
Description: Bone creator Jeff Smith discusses his new graphic novel series TUKI. Smith will be joined on stage by Tim Fielder, the Afro-futurist author of the graphic novels INFINITUM and Matty’s Rocket. A signing will follow after the panel at Cartoon Books booth #2109.
Greetings Dieselfunkateers! Afrofuturism: The Past, Present, and Beyond
SCHOMBURG BLACK COMIC BOOK FESTIVAL Friday, January 14 12:00 PM EST
Afrofuturism: The Past, Present, and Beyond
“Afrofuturism: The Past, Present, and Beyond” examines the extraordinary history of Afrofuturism in the arts, scholarship, and activism. The discussion features Ytasha Womack, John Jennings, and Reynaldo Anderson, and will be moderated by Dr. Julian Chambliss.Guests: John Jennings, Tim Fielder, Ytasha Womack, Reynaldo Anderson, Julian Chambliss Moderator: Julian Chambliss
Greetings Dieselfunkateers! The wave rises once again. One big thing for me at this time in my life is all about Legacy. MICROSOFT has just released the individualized ad featuring me. Surreal. I’ve been doing my specific branch of Afrofuturism for a long time. So refreshing, validating, and joyful to be individually represented in my workspace. So wonderful to know that while talking about INFINITUM, Matty’s Rocket and my aspirations for my legacy within such a large forum. Thanks to the GREAT Maryam Myika Day for her creative generosity and firm BLK-Ops for their wonderful production.
MICROSOFT Black History Is NOW: SUBJECT Tim Fielder
GREETINGS DIESELFUNKATEERS! The Journey to INFINITUM continues once again as we penetrate more regions in the quest to spread awareness of all things ‘INFINITUM; An Afrofuturist Tale’ , Tim Fielder, and Dieselfunk. We recently had the opportunity to collaborate with MICROSOFT Corp on innovative people within the Black Community. Black History isn’t just for the month of February. It’s ALWAYS and NOW