MYDAS by Jon Goode
Mydas is the debut novel from Emmy nominated writer Jon Goode. Mydas was the #1 new release on Amazon for five weeks and has 48 five-star reviews to date.
Mydas is the story of a reporter that sits down with a man claiming to be, Midas. Yes, THE Midas. After centuries of rumors Midas, a black man, steps from the shadows to tell his unique story, but is it true? If not, then is the reporter, Kent, in very real and imminent danger. If Midas' story is true then what are the consequences of being able to conjure gold in an impoverished community, and a greedy world. Mydas is Afrofuturism, it's now, and it's yesterday. It's about love, life, sacrifice, and consequences. Mydas is about us.
Included alongside Mydas are the short stories Haint and Handsy.
The cover of Mydas is done by acclaimed artist Fahamu Pecou.
Author: Jon Goode
Size: 6 x 9 inches
'Fight On' A Visual Interpretation of African American Spirituals
Fight On by Aaron F. Henderson artist and author is a visual interpretation of the African American Spirituals and brings together three dynamic elements to tell the story of the African American Spirituals Tradition: Sixty-two paintings from a series by artist Aaron F. Henderson, the lyrics of fifty-six spiritual songs, and narrative writings by scholars of art and culture, and Henderson himself. The elements come together to make this more than an art book, a lyric book, autobiography, or cultural commentary. Fight On is a celebratory document of African American Culture, giving evidence to how Black People in a nation that grew rich and powerful on the strength of their unpaid labor survived and liberated themselves.
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