Note: This post originally appeared on my old blog back in 2008. I hear response times have gotten better but I dunno where, exactly.
This trio of stories from African American authors doesn’t exactly deal with the sins of the fathers but focuses, instead, on their legacies -those who come after, and their methods of making sense of the past.
Let’s face it: clowns are terrifying.
Note: this post from 2010 originally appeared on my long-neglected blog At Your Door. I was recently leaving a client’s office when I was dive-bombed by a flock of cliff swallows.