Meet the Writers of Black Writers Week 2022 | black writers week
His other producing, directing and writing credits include: The reader(A six-time award-winning VR film at the festival.) we will kill(A short film on female empowerment.) and The story of Sandra Bland, (A VR short, honoring Sandra Bland and her experience at the hands of injustice.)
Feature: Black Representation in Youth Dramas – Degrassi Case Study
CRAIG D. LINDSEY
Craig D. Lindsey is a writer, critic and Dame Helen Mirren fan who has written for Houston Chronicle, San Francisco Chronicle, The Guardian, The AV Club, Nashville Scene, Village Voice, Vulture, RogerEbert.com and other publications and points of sale. He lives in Houston, Texas.
Review: Flux Gourmet
David Moses is a California-based actor and writer who remains actively involved in analyzing the film’s character actors’ performances, craft, and technique through blogs, vlogs, and panel discussions.
Actor for 13 years, writer all his life and even humorist for 5 years, he extends the sense of humor and the point of view of the actors to each of his articles and comments on the film; from television to the big screen/analog. In his spare time, David continues to hone his skills in his other interest, as a draftsman, or spends time with his close-knit brothers, family, or friends.
Review: Loot Wastes Maya Rudolph’s Talents
Shelli Nicole is a freelance writer born in Detroit and currently living in Chicago, Illinois. His work often consists of personal narratives of blackness, queerness and pop culture and has been featured in vogue, Autostraddle, Thrillistand many more.
She’s terrified of mermaids and teenagers and you can find her on Twitter at @Hishelli screaming about both.
Review: FX’s The Bear Looks Like a New Chicago Classic
Sherin Nicole is a writer, author and may also be a secret agent. There are rumors that the CIA offered him a scholarship (but it’s classified). After graduating from Howard University, she worked in various creative spheres, before returning to develop the radio station she helped launch. By day, she is an agent provocateur as creative director at idobi Network. By night, she writes for idobi.com and produces content for geeks and nerds on the radio show Geek Girl Riot, as well as publications like Blcklst.com, RogerEbert.com, and the Alliance of Women Film Journalists. (AWFJ). She is also a voter of the Black Reel Awards. Culturally, Sherin is half American, half British and very southern; right down to the accent and the love of oatmeal. Government reports show a residence in DC but Sherin spends most of her time on the astral plane and hopes to meet you there.