- If it's LA--gangs;
- Georgia--slaves in the Civil War era;
- Mississippi Delta--black people overcoming racism;
- The Carolinas--interacial couple;
- Lousiana--mulattoes mixed in with hoodoo and voodoo;
- Africa (y'all know that's a big ole continent, right?)--tribespeople finding spiritualism.
Why is a genre with so few black authors already limited and stereotypical in what those authors do?