AfroFuturism Storybundle Launches

I recently had the pleasure of curating an AfroFuturism storybundle, and a lot of great authors agreed to participate: indie, small press and established. It has work from or edited by Andrea Hairston, Nisi Shawl, Ayize Jama-Everett, Ivor Hartmann, Bill Campbell, Edward Austin Hall, Nicole Givens Kurtz, Milton Davis and yours truly. Through the magic of anthologies, there’s also N.K. Jemisin, Nnedi Okorafor, Linda Addison, Victor LaValle, Tade Thompson, Charles Saunders, Jaymee Goh, Efe Okogu–and more. I couldn’t be in better company or more humbled by it. It’s available now and for the couple of weeks with tiered pay-what-you-want pricing (starting @$5, all DRM-free ebooks). Just wanted to let you all know 'cause for real, I'd be in on this if I weren't in on this.

Also I'll be providing a window into their writing words on my blog. The first installment on AfroFuturism, the term, is up now.

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  • Thanks, Turtel, and great to hear, Stephen. I look forward to checking it out.
  • I'm covering r/Evolution on the show in a month or so and I might cover one more book from the bundle as well.
  • Great effort! Really needed. FYI:
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