Hey thank you -- The Fandom Writer belongs in the trope though TV Tropes wouldn't even allow this. The roster of Issue Five are all unaccaptable targets but addressing self-racism in African-Americans you have to address this in a way where it requires a delecate touch.
If you could provide links to the specific pages I need to look at, that would help. I am actually going to be addressing another controversial topic in the near future, so this would be a good preview of what I can expect.
I could show you my article on a self-racist as you my need The Ethereal Gazette: Issue Five to address a self-racist as you imply they'd torch books of other African-Americans. African-American Horror overlaps urban fiction. This is subject matter that overlaps my material and The Bookdocks. This will help you go more further in controversial subject matter as you could easy do a project that engages The Ethereal Gazette.
I misunderstood. I thought you were referring to something that was already here called the "Fandom Writer" and that there were statements in there that were racist. For example, someone who is Spanish exhibiting racism towards other Spanish people. Instead, it appears you are trying to add material that you've written or published on behalf of others, and "self-racist" apparently means something different.
To be honest, in looking through the article and the comments you left for the Gazette issue, I don't know if you were trying to bring attention to what you felt was hypocrisy, but both come off more like you have grudges or vendettas against people. This is especially evident in the comments where you have conversations with other people, but anything said by those people is no longer there, so there's no context or rebuttal to what you're claiming.
I think it would be best to set that aside and concentrate on the more well-known stories that have been made into movies or TV shows, and books that are released by the major publishing companies.
The first namesake was dragged into a scandal -- this is a huge one. Grunge -- that well be something that might be looked at a little differently.
The Ethereal Gazette: Issue Five saw a member become portrayed in a major film called Spotlight. That roster left a lasting impact on one as one of them is now a film maker as I discuss some of them years later.
The first namesake had stories that were adapted in Masters of Horror and picking up The Legend Of Sleepy Hollow where I leanred it had a painting in a museum.
The roster itself is one you have to watch closely as I will show you one of his films. The author you're looking at knew me from when I was just starting to become published as he got tapped for Chimeraworld -- the roster of this project swapped with my roster over the years. The small press version of horror -- it's a combination of looking out for each other or backbiting. The House of Pain alumni looked out for each other but there's a few who'd act like an asshole when you tell the truth about them.
There are surprising strong horror stories that are found beyond the comfort zone of the monochrome glow of Barnes and Noble as you have to venture on Lulu.com, The Book Patch, Blurb.com and CreateSpace.com.
The Pattern Of Diagnosis saw a haunting ironic echo of David Foster Wallace when I did an analysis of the story in irl.me. Small press you see a weird mix of Bizzaro, Gothic Horror, Creative Nonfiction, Contemporary Science Fiction, Urban Fantasy, and New Weird rubbing shoulders sometimes gently with each other and others with long dead greats as you see with both namsakes. The publisher who developed The Book Patch is found on a Miltiary Wikia. So why don;'t you come to The Book Patch and take a look around -- this is where you see Nightmare Fuel overlapping darker and edgier in Freakier Than Fiction territory.
After looking further into this, I see that you've had a number of run-ins with other authors and you used several of those run-ins as the basis for a story. This goes right back to the grudges and vendettas observation I made last week. In addition, you have referred to some of them as your enemies and have made statements that you want them to come to physical harm or death.
You've been fairly civil while you've been here, so I will give you the option to leave this wiki peacefully. I suggest you take it while it's still an option.
I guess you don't want to learn about my peers or my publishers material either; so I am inviting to check out my friends and their publications too; you have to look beyond the stores as Forever Knight was intriqued by Joni's input. I did an expose of Kealan Patrick Burke as I was in a scandal; don't think of this as your claim but think of this as making hisory right. I returned the The Boondocks script to the right ful owners and look into everything I say because it does carry weight. I suggest you take a look at Boycotting Truth as you might learn something too. This is about making history right and hope you're willing to understand that. Not physical harm but something that has them rethinking what my roster did over the years as we voiced Emmett Till by just being this roster, don't throw me out for telling the truth especially when I speak of Chimeraworld and David Wright. These guys never got their proper due.
Give this a watch before you decide to throw me out because I'm inviting you to thumb around Victor's home. I have about 1600 contacts on Linkedin.com and I didn't mention that aspect as I am connected with Victoria Jackson and Kara Cooney. I am connected as high up as the owner of Pure Flix.
Like I said don't white wash history because one of the fandom history saw what I said and did a double take. Fandom Wank bullied me as much as they bullied Cassandra Claire. Do the right thing and give the small press it's proper due. I gave Lulu.com a parting shot to get my catalog back.
Don't whitewash history and dismiss the small press; that's part of fandom history for better or worst. Accept the small press is here to stay and some publications need to be part of that long history and move on.