This chapter explores the possibilities for Black community. Interstitial Black community is a community of an-other Black produced by difference from Blackness. The chapter explores 'the Black community' as a performative discourse. It argues that through an iconography of Blackness 'the Black community' becomes a fetish which exerts its own governmentality that is undone and transformed through moments of agency. The chapter evaluates the place of the notion of Black community as fetish in the conclusion by looking at the necessity for a re-imagining of 'the Black community' as '"raced" within difference' given the continuing necessity for anti-racist politics. It shows some aspects of the disturbance of boundaries that produce the poetics of interstitial Black community. At the level of the everyday, their responses constantly disturb and remake the boundaries of 'the Black community' as a home, a site of belonging.