Litcrawl 2014

Since the May, 2009 publication of The Afrosurreal Manifesto in the “This Is Afrosurreal” issue of the San Francisco Bay Guardian (SFBG) there have been manifestations that seem to have grown exponentially every year.  The Afrosurreal Arts Movement has gained momentum from the manifesto being passed around on social media, to being published in scholarly journals, discussed on panels, as well as inspiring artists and theorist to produce works through an Afrosurrealist lens.