Along those lines, Adjei-Brenyah's "Zimmer Land" showcases an amusement park where patrons role play in environments where they ultimately shoot (with fake bullets) people who they view as threats. The protagonist of the story is a black man. He is the most popular target of park visitors who are interested in acting out situations where they kill an alleged threatening or confrontational black man.
Adjei-Brenyah's work isn't classified as horror fiction, but the implications of some of the stories are scary.
Here are two questions:
1.) After reading the story, what's one good question that you would be inclined to ask Adjei-Brenyah about his approach to storytelling in "Zimmer Land" or about how his mind as a creative artist works in general? (Respond with just one sentence)
2.) Why are you interested in that question, or what good or useful response do you think your question would prompt? (Respond with just one sentence)