Just a quick reminder that today marks Witch Week Eve, the day before that wonderful week-long celebration of fantasy fiction in honor of Diana Wynne Jones. Chris at Calmgrove is hosting this year’s event, which will feature books by BIPOC authors from around the world.
In honor of this year’s theme, I’ll be posting my photos of art work by BIPOC artists, ancient and modern, from around the world. Today, the artist is a Brazilian muralist, Eduardo Kobra, with this recent four-story-high artwork honoring NYC’s Ellis Island, through which more than two million immigrants passed between 1924 and 1954.
Over at Calmgrove, you’ll find a calendar of events for the week, so check it out, and join us as we celebrate the wide world of fantasy.