The Conjurefolk: A Web Serial
A Dark Fantasy for those who dared for Black Witches….
In the country, there are conjurefolk — witches, sorcerers and shamans– burdened to remedy and protect communities as their representatives to the Unseen governors of nature. For them, every victory and failure ripples across humanity for great consequence or gain and those at the bottom are willing to do anything to prevent yet another failure. After sixteen years surviving a dangerous world defenseless, Yonne Dupree uncovers the same trove of dark occult influence and power and is set to make a world where little Black girls like her are not the damaged playthings of superior forces.
Genre: Web Novel/ Web Serial, Dark Fantasy, Southern Gothic, Urban Fantasy, African-American Literature, Speculative Fiction, Magical Realism.
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BIO: Hailing from Columbus, Ohio, Steven Underwood received the 2018 Eugene A. Noble Award for Leadership and Enthusiasm from Centenary University and obtained a Bachelor’s in English B.A. to reclaim literacy for the brown kids in the ghetto. A champion of Black literature, Underwood has published essays on Blackness and identity with MTV News, Essence, Le Reine Noire, and Banango Street, including an essay entitled “I Should’ve Talked Black”. He has no dogs or cats, but several nieces who swear they are smarter than him.