Harambee K. Grey-Sun is a poet and metaphysical/speculative fiction writer. The word best describing his work is dark. He uses elements of fantasy, horror, noir, and science fiction to spin bizarre, mind-bending, and (some might say) heretical tales that explore the meaning of identity and the nature of consciousness. His metaphysical fantasy series Eve of Light reexamines the nature of God and what it means to be human.
Robert, black and bisexual, is psyched on becoming a high school wrestling champion. Antagonistic peers are the least of his worries when something from Beyond invades his body, wrestling with his mind and soul. Intense, surreal, cerebral--extremely dark fantasy.