What I currently imagine doing is writing a biomythography of the Human, the death of the Human, and what emerges out of that death.
It will include goddesses and gods, myths, the alchemical phase of mortifcatio, and be informed by Afrofuturism, Afropessimism, Black queer feminism, critical posthumanism, and anarchism.
I want it to mess with time, difference, identity, fact, truth, real, fantasy, interiority, subjectivity, etc. I want it to avoid prescriptive gestures, solutions, or universalisms, and to be mindful of my positionality.
I need to do more research before I'll have a clearer vision for what might emerge when all those things get mixed up together.