Is it possible to write a story involving in some way a culture not your own? There are people out there who say “no”, especially if the writer is a white man. However, author James Harrington questions whether this is “cultural appropriation” and how you write another culture correctly.
looking for something specific?
Previously in the Spotlight
BW This Month
BW’s History Records
What interests me?
The Local Chatter
- Chapter By Chapter: The Death And Life Of Superman ch. 28 | BW Media Spotlight on FNF:OPP>Mongul Takes a Train Ride
- Saturday Night Showcase: The Prisoner | BW Media Spotlight on Saturday Night Showcase: Danger Man/Secret Agent
- Sean on Full She-Ra Trailer Finally Drops
- Sean on “Yesterday’s” Comic> Robotech: Academy Blues #2
- Star Trek: The Next Story Bible–Captain And Commander | BW Media Spotlight on NOT Going Where No One Has Gone Before (thank heavens)
Things we talk aboutArchie Comics Art Soundoff Challenge Autobot Avengers Batman Battlestar Galactica Bob Budiansky book review Bumblebee Captain America cartoons Chapter By Chapter Christmas Comic book comic creation comics comic strip commentary ConnectiCon Cybertron DC animated universe DCAU DC Comic DC Comics DC Universe Decepticon Doctor Who Dr. Fredric Wertham Friday Night Fights Godzilla Green Lantern Grimlock Hasbro He-Man Ian Flynn IDW Publishing Iron Man Jake & Leon John Workman Justice League Kevin Eastman Marvel Marvel Adventures Marvel Comic Marvel Comics Marvel Universe Masters of the Universe Mega Man Megatron Optimus Prime Power Rangers Robin Seduction Of The Innocent Simon Furman Skeletor Sonic the Hedgehog Sonic Universe Spider-Man Starscream Star Trek Star Wars Supergirl Superman Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle television The Flash The Phantom Thundercats Transformer Transformers v-log Video game webcomic Wonder Woman YouTube
BW on TwitterMy Tweets
Help Support & Improve BW Media Spotlight
Or buy some of my clutter.
I'm also available for hire, as freelance or regular contributor.