Also Riri Williams has my haircut and general mode of dress pic.twitter.com/1jebqRbBUi— wikipedia brown (@eveewing) November 7, 2017
Her latest book, Electric Arches, is a wonderfully considerate trip through Chicago filled with poems, stories, and Ewing's own visual art acting as guided tour. But even more, Ewing captures the feel of Black girlhood in a city's whose representation has never quite fit its real character. Her narrative versatility leaps from ruminating on Black people's unanswerable questions of survival in anElectric Arches itself contains a few stories in which Ewing imagines herself suddenly endowed with superhero powers that allow her to fight racism. If Ewing were to write Invincible Iron Man, it would be fighting another form of racism.
anti-Black world to flexing her memory muscles retelling first engagements: with Prince or a steadily gentrifying Chi-town; all written in striking detail.
Let's be honest, like most media companies Marvel been on that bull when it comes to representative diversity BEYOND character design.— skkrrtt cobain🌺 (@tirhakahlove) November 7, 2017
Ive been a comic book fan my whole life and a fan of Eve's work for a few years now and it's such an obvious fit! Can we do this 4dakulcha?— skkrrtt cobain🌺 (@tirhakahlove) November 7, 2017