- Historical fiction or fictionalized history from the period of enslavement: Guide of books and authors prepared by Ms. Kaye Hall (Barbados Museum & Historical Society) [pdf]
- Speculative fiction
Graphic novels and comics
- Comics: Here is a library guide about Black Comics.
- Reimagining enslaved women and revolts: An Afrofuturist graphic novel
- Hawi: Ethiopia’s first female superhero
- Do you know Dr. Julian Chambliss’ work about comics, particularly looking into black superheroes?
- Collage: Traditional, digital, and animated collages (download book)
- Geographical places and names
- Join our August workshop to learn how you can use simple digital methods to tell your story!
- A good starting places for Barbados’ geography is the excellent volume Of Halls, Hills and Holes: Place Names of Barbados by Woodville Marshall that is on sale at the Barbados Museum and Historical Society
- Network visualizations
- Runaway slave ads offer rich information about families and friends of the enslaved that can be visualized as networks. See, for example, The Jesuit Plantation Project