Rayla 2212

Rayla 2212

Ytasha L. Womack / Sep 16, 2019

Rayla RAYLA follows Rayla Illmatic a third generation citizen of Planet Hope a former Earth colony that has claimed its independence But the utopian world has turned upside down and Rayla is on a que

  • Title: Rayla 2212
  • Author: Ytasha L. Womack
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 172
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • RAYLA 2212 follows Rayla Illmatic, a third generation citizen of Planet Hope, a former Earth colony that has claimed its independence But the utopian world has turned upside down and Rayla is on a quest to right the wrongs and end the rule of the Dirk After her lover, and rebel leader Carcine disappears on a mission to find mystical scientist Moulan Shakur, Rayla embarksRAYLA 2212 follows Rayla Illmatic, a third generation citizen of Planet Hope, a former Earth colony that has claimed its independence But the utopian world has turned upside down and Rayla is on a quest to right the wrongs and end the rule of the Dirk After her lover, and rebel leader Carcine disappears on a mission to find mystical scientist Moulan Shakur, Rayla embarks on a journey to complete it She soon finds herself on a journey to find The Missing, a group of New Age Astronauts who were lost in the teleport project But all isn t what it seems in this world where time and space shift at will This story ties reincarnation, space travel, virtual worlds and love As Rayla discovers new worlds, she comes to discover herself and her power.

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      • Ytasha L. Womack

        Ytasha L Womack is an award winning filmmaker author journalist and choreographer She is author creator of the popfuturist afrofuturist novel 2212 Book of Rayla, first of the groundbreaking Rayla 2212 series Her other books include the critically acclaimed Post Black How a New Generation is Redefining African American Identity, a popular cultural studies text universities across the US, and her most recent work Afrofuturism The World of Black Sci Fi and Fantasy Culture She also co edited the anthology Beats, Rhymes and Life What We Love and Hate About Hip Hop.A Chicago native, her film projects include The Engagement director and Love Shorts producer writer A social media and pop culture expert, she frequently consults and guest lectures for corporations and universities across the world She received her B.A in Mass Media Arts from Clark Atlanta University and studied Arts, Entertainment and Media Management at Columbia College in Chicago summarised from ieet indexp IEET bio woShe can be found at iafrofuturism facebook iafrofuturismpostblackexperience postblackthebook.


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    1. It is the year 2212, and the once utopian Planet Hope has fallen under the dictatorship of The Dirk. Rayla Illmatic, aka Rayla Redfeather, daughter of a missing astronaut, has joined the resistance. When rebel leader Carcine, who Rayla likes a lot, disappears on a mission to find mystic/scientist Moulan Shakur, she must take up the quest. It is Rayla’s destiny to find the missing astronauts scattered in Earth’s past, and restore the balance of her world. Or is it?This is the first science fi [...]


    2. The print version I had needed quite a bit of editing, especially copy editing. This read like a passable first draft of a novel. I thought a lot of the ideas were really interesting and she subverted a lot of genre tropes in cool ways. There also wasn't much self-reflection for the protagonist and I think the audience would benefit from hearing her inner voice. I wasn't attached to any of the characters, so when there were any reveals, I didn't care much.


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