Rhonda "Ro" Moore

San Diego Comic-Con [SDCC] has officially ended. My feet are so very over tennis shoes and my local bookstore, once again, exists solely as a brick and mortar. more

A Side-Eye of Sanity


Photos courtesy of Black Heroes Matter

Nerds of color aren’t unicorns by any means, but it’s entirely possible to spend SDCC without any real face time. more


One of the most powerful tools people have is being able to gather in numbers to defend themselves. more

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Photo by Paul Bowers

When asked why put on InterGalactiCon (IGC) in San Diego, Kirk pointed to pent up frustrations due to how many people don’t get to go to SDCC. more


After a month of incidents exposing (finally) just how frequently living-while-being-Black means dealing with white folks intent on depriving us of the right to breathe without permission, I’m past tired of white people acting a damn fool. more

A Side-Eye of Sanity

I’ve recently watched a bloodletting happening in the Black nerd community on social media as a prominent figure faced a reckoning with the very people she leveraged to build her business in the first place. more

A Side-Eye of Sanity

The publishing world heavily influences what “diversity” and “representation” look like, not only on the written page but in all of pop culture. more


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Photo by Elena Seibert

Who is she? A writing coach and writer living in San Diego. more

Best of San Diego: People


Image courtesy of Horrible Imaginings Film Festival

Every time I’m tempted to look for a new place to migrate, I catch a movie outside in October, put on flip-flops in December, find a new jazz group to catch live, or sit outside on a hillside watching the city lights in the warm rain. more

Best of San Diego


Image by Carolyn Ramos

Do we need a television series with a dystopian America in which a Confederate nation legally practices slavery uninterrupted to modern day as its backdrop? more

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Photo by Gabbot / Flickr Commons

Men still feel very free to come up and “investigate” if I’m fit to rep a fandom. I’ve been asked what makes me think I can wear a hat, shirt or join a conversation about a comic, a book, a film or game. more