Today’s Guardian has a profile of Hugo Award winning author Nnedi Okorafor.
August brings the final book in N.K. Jemison’s Hugo-winning Broken Earth trilogy, The Stone Sky—as well as Stephen Baxter’s sequel to H.G. Wells’ classic The War of the Worlds (ominously titled The Massacre of Mankind). And those are just two of the titles on this rather long list, so you’d better start turning some…
Can someone please share this to O-Deck?
Tor.com published some fantastic stories in 2015, and they’ve collected the best of them into one volume, Some of the Best of Tor.com: 2015 Edition, which is now available as a free download!
“My favorite African Science Fiction and Fantasy Short Fiction”; an article by writer Wole Talabi. I saw a link to the article in boing boing.
This sounds like a really interesting anthology; included are not only established sf writers like Tananarive Due, but also pieces by social activists who have never written speculative fiction before.
The Merril Collection of Science Fiction, Speculation and Fantasy, Toronto Public Library will be hosting some events in March.
Saw this on boing boing; someone did a crapload of work compiling this! It's a "database of science fiction and fantasy books that demonstrate diversity in sexuality/gender, race, disability, and other aspects".
I stumbled on this and though it was right up our alley; an upcoming sf anthology exploring the intersectionality of disabilities, gender, race, class and sexuality.
Space janitor promoted to captain, hijacked government spaceship, mysterious cargo, and an all-female cast except for one token guy. The self-described slash fic between feminism and science fiction just might be my new favourite concept for a comedy webseries.
Two events are coming up at the Lillian H Smith library that are gonna rock your world: