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.
Three queer Black wytches; one born of hellfire, one born of the omnipotent all-seeing eye, and one of mother earth’s flesh. Their journey into self-discovery is prompted by the emergence of an ancient foe, cloaked in a heavenly façade. Each wytch will be tasked with unlocking secrets of the past, present, and future to prevent the total corruption of magic. God save the wytch.
Sorcerority is about the school of Excursia, the Historically Black Coven and University. It's newest student is Melanie, who is the second person in her family to enroll in the school after her late mother. However, her enrollment might not be entirely coincidental.
Now, Melanie must dive deep into the history of the school and her family in order to find out the truth. In 2021, it was announced that Sorcerority would be adapted into a feature film by Gabrielle Union, Taraji P. Henderson, and Gamechanger Films.