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Genesis Science Fiction Magazine has long been a project that needed to be undertaken. Black people should have avenues to unapologetically share and showcase their thoughts, dreams, and aspirations. Black Science Fiction Society’s flagship publication will stay true to our goal to create, highlight, celebrate and develop black science fiction, speculative fiction, fantasy & horror. This publication is quarterly.

Genesis Science Fiction Magazine Issue #1

  

Genesis Science Fiction Magazine Issue #1 has interviews from the likes of Brian Williams, Dawud Osaze Kamau Anyabwile, Tony Cade, Vince White, and Turtel Onli. Also, there are featured stories by Carole McDonnell, Howard Night, Valjeanne Jeffers a discussion by S. Torriano Berry and comic art by Garvoe.

 

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Genesis Science Fiction Magazine Issue #2

This issue we will have interviews and stories from the likes of: Jeff Carroll, Edward Uzzle, A. Jarrell Hayes, Ronald Jones, Cecil Washington, Ra’Chaun Rogers, Tananarive Due, Adamu Waziri, Valjeanne Jeffers, Charles Saunders, H. Wolfgang Porter and Rashida Lovely.

 

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Genesis Science Fiction Magazine Issue #3

In this exciting new issue we have interviews by Carole McDonnell, Troy CLE, Penelope Flynn, Mishindo Kuumba. There are creative stories by Derrick Ferguson, Barry Nelson and Jeff Carroll. Also, an original comic strip by Tony Kittrell. We included original artwork by Jeremy Reed, John Garrett, Keef Cross, Andrew Kwame Danquah, Quinton Veal, Mishindo Kuumba I, Keef Cross, Jiba Molei Anderson, Marcellus Jackson, and Curtis Hamilton. We even included model photos of Actress Karita and Andromeda Sky!

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Genesis Science Fiction Magazine Issue #4

This publication is seasonal.
In this exciting new issue we have
 Ronald T. Jones, Erica Hughes, Nathen Lytne, Fred Hassan Powell, Wayne ‘Hard Wired’ Riley, A. Jarrell Hayes, Felisha Mason, A. Jarrell Hayes, Wayne J. Robinson, Thaddeus Howze, and G.H. Wright and more...

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Genesis Science Fiction Magazine Issue #5

In this exciting new issue we have interviews by Carole McDonnell, Troy CLE, Penelope Flynn, Mishindo Kuumba. There are creative stories by Derrick Ferguson, Barry Nelson and Jeff Carroll. Also, an original comic strip by Tony Kittrell. We included original artwork by Jeremy… More

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GENESIS SCIENCE FICTION MAGAZINE #6 E-MAGAZINE!

In this issue: Stories from: Moshe Prigan, Nikala Asante, Nicole Givens, Thaddeus Howze, Interviews with Jerry Craft, Afua Richardson, Kofi Johnson, Rasheedah Prioleau,  Reviews By: Cranston Burney & Nelo Maxwell, Comic pages By: By N. Steven Harris, An Essay By Dr. William Foster and More...

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