Third Stone Journal is devoted to Afrofuturism and other modes of the Black Fantastic. The genesis of its idea was the creation of a platform to demonstrate digital humanities by selecting a subject matter that was apropos to the “discipline.” Third Stone is therefore intended as a starting place for a necessary conversation on literature, art, music, digital content, popular culture, and more that seeks to inject activism by advocating for the removal of obstacles that have habitually stifled and/or silenced people of African descent, their imagination, and things produced as a result.
Current Volume: Volume 3 (2023) Visual Afrofuturism
Afrofantastic Presents: The Many Deaths of Oscar Mack
Rafael Cortijo’s Space Music: Sounds of Caribbean Blackness