.D. Scot Miller

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Managing Editor of The East Bay Express, Former Associate Editor of Oakland Magazine and Alameda Magazine, Columnist-In-Residence at San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA)'s Open Space, Advisory Board Member of Nocturnes Journal of Literary Arts, and regular contributor to several newspapers, websites and magazines. Miller is the founder of The Afrosurreal Arts Movement through his publication of The Afrosurreal Manifesto in The San Francisco Bay Guardian, May 20, 2009.
Nov 17, 2021

Cosmic Blackness: Afrosurreal artist Christopher Burch unveils a mural meant to inspire, educate and...

Full disclosure: Christopher Burch is my brother, comrade, friend and inspiration. We’ve known each other for more than a handful of years, and still,...
Aug 25, 2021

Our Man ‘Ish’: Ishmael Reed reflects on life, art, music and home

"Some have called Ish a 'trickster,' and Ralph Ellison—in a drunken rant at a gala in New York City when he was in his 30s—once called him a 'criminal and a con-man,' but few call this poet, author, publisher, Columbus Foundation president, musician, playwright, founder of the American Book Awards, screen-writer and cartoonist a Renaissance man," D. Scot Miller writes.
May 26, 2021

Go Outside

EBX starts the summer off right with this year’s Best of Nature In the Bay Area, residents tend to heap praise upon the California redwoods...
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May 11, 2021

Jim Code

D. Scot Miller chops it up with Oakland's own W. Kamau Bell on his latest episode of CNN's 'United Shades of America" about Afrofuturism, STEM, algorithmic violence, Atlanta's booming tech sector, and how good it feels to be back in The Town.
May 11, 2021

Black to the Future

Arts Editor D. Scot Miller profiles Oakland Museum of California's upcoming exhibit, Mothership: Voyages in Afrofuturism, and runs down the history of today's hottest topic.
Apr 21, 2021

Cool Sh*t?!?

Arts Editor, D. Scot Miller, writes about the wonky workflow and high-grade grousing behind the first, and probably only, "Cool Sh*t Issue" of The East Bay Express.
Apr 7, 2021

Oakland’s Writes

Arts Editor, D. Scot Miller, opens this week's Spring Lit issue with a round-up of notable new titles from Oakland's historic literary legacy.

Best Place for Kids

Of all the places available in the Bay Area for young ones to express themselves fully, out-of-the-house still ranks No. 1 with parents. With...
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