Per the Author: As a former combat veteran (MOS: 18F), Master and Technical Director of the Afrikan Martial Arts Institute and Co-Chair of the Urban Survival and Preparedness Institute, Balogun Ojetade is the author of the bestselling non-fiction books Afrikan Martial Arts: Discovering the Warrior Within, The Afrikan Warriors Bible, Surviving the Urban Apocalypse, The Urban Self Defense Manual, The Young Afrikan Warriors’ Guide to Defeating Bullies & Trolls, Never Unarmed: The Afrikan Warriors’ Guide to Improvised Weapons, Ofo Ase: 365 Daily Affirmations to Awaken the Afrikan Warrior Within, Ori: The Afrikan Warriors’ Mindset, Ogun Ye! Protecting the Afrikan Family and Community, Kori O: Protecting Afrikan Children from Violence & Sexual Abuse, and SKG: The Black Man & Woman’s Guide to Sticks, Knives and Guns.
is one of the leading authorities on Afrofuturism and
Afroretroism—film, fashion or fiction that combines African and/or
African American culture with a
blend of “retro” styles and futuristic technology, in order to
explore the themes of tension between past and future and between the
alienating and empowering effects of technology and on Creative
writes about Afrofuturism/Afroretroism—Sword & Soul, Rococoa,
Steamfunk and Dieselfunk at http://chroniclesofharriet.com/.
He is author of twenty-five novels and gamebooks – MOSES: The Chronicles of Harriet Tubman (Books 1 & 2); The Chronicles of Harriet Tubman: Freedonia; Redeemer; Once Upon A Time In Afrika; Fist of Africa; A Single Link; Wrath of the Siafu; The Scythe; The Keys; Redeemer: The Cross Chronicles; Beneath the Shining Jewel; Q-T-Pies: The Savannah Swan Files (Book 0) and A Haunting in the SWATS: The Savannah Swan Files (Book 1); Siafu Saves the World; Siafu vs. The Horde; Dembo’s Ditty; The Beatdown; Initiate 16; Gunsmoke Blues; Malik: Confessions of a Black Identity Extremist; Malik: Confessions of a Black Identity Extremist 2: Enemy of the State; Granma’s Hand; Kill City and Steamfunkateers: The Steamfunk Role Playing Game and the Steamfunkateers adventure, The Haunting of the House of Crum—contributing co-editor of three anthologies: Ki: Khanga: The Anthology, Steamfunk and Dieselfunk and contributing editor of the Rococoa anthology and Black Power: The Superhero Anthology.
He is also the creator and author of the Afrofuturistic manga series, Jagunjagun Lewa (Pretty Warrior) and author/co-creator of the Ice Cold Carter photo-graphic novel series. Balogun is co-author of the award winning screenplay, Ngolo and co-creator of Ki Khanga: The Sword and Soul Role-Playing Game, both with author Milton Davis.
The prolific author just completed Black and Blue, a 52 Blocks/African martial arts epic film. He is presently writing a martial arts thriller describe as Power meets the Five Deadly Venoms.
As well as, Kill City is about a woman who is a chef and martial arts expert who is drawn into a serial murder investigation as a consultant because the victims are all martial arts masters.
Finally, Balogun has completed Granma’s Hand is a Dieselfunk novel about a 14 year old hero fighting to save Black America from an occultist white supremacist group that has figured out how to re-institute slavery.
Balogun Ojetade can be reached on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/Afrikan.Martial.Arts and on Instagram at @balogun_ojetade and @afrikanmartialarts. Find his books on Amazon. His blog is Chronicles Of Harriet | The Very BEST in Afrofuturism and Black Speculative Fiction!
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