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2022 Awards Eligibility Post/List

Fiction Destiny Delayed – short fiction story of 5700 words. Genre bender. Eligible for the Hugo, Nebula, WFA, BSFA, BFA, Locus, Bram Stoker, Sturgeon, etc. First published in Asimov’s and reprinted in Galaxy’s Edge. You can listen to a narration of it on the Asimov’s Podcast, as a halloween special, and #BlackSpeculativeFictionMonth offering. Long non-fiction/Editing/AnthologyContinue reading “2022 Awards Eligibility Post/List”

Destiny Delayed

Destiny Delayed is a 5700 word genre bender short story that is AfrofuturisticAfricanfuturistic. It’s set in a near future Lagos, Nigeria and features predatory, uber capitalistic corporations, people full of heart but faced with difficult decisions and the consequences when you mix those two in a place with power matrixes that exist to take theContinue reading “Destiny Delayed”

Bridging Worlds: Global Conversations On Creating Pan-African Speculative Literature In a Pandemic

The Bridging Worlds non-fiction anthology examines the difficulties Black people and African writers faced in the 2020 pandemic-lockdown breakout year and how they navigated them. Bridging Worlds seeks to explore the threads and lines that connect us as we navigated this singular yet multifaceted experience, and show that connection in the various non-fiction pieces writtenContinue reading “Bridging Worlds: Global Conversations On Creating Pan-African Speculative Literature In a Pandemic”

Reprints Are Not Inferior To Original Works & Neither Is The Year’s Best African Speculative Fiction Anthology

Last week I came across a blog post being peddled on social media, a Hugo best editor short form finalist ranking by a faceless group. I opened the list to find myself at the bottom of the ranking, for the reasons of having “merely” and “only” edited a reprint anthology, which they considered inferior andContinue reading “Reprints Are Not Inferior To Original Works & Neither Is The Year’s Best African Speculative Fiction Anthology”

Africa Risen Starred Review on Publisher’s Weekly

So earlier this week, the Africa Risen anthology by myself, Sheree Renée Thomas and Zelda Knight got its first review. The review will be my first Publisher’s Weekly starred review and also likely the first PW started review by an African edited speculative fiction anthology. You can see it here on Publishers Weekly, and pre-orderContinue reading “Africa Risen Starred Review on Publisher’s Weekly”

Multiple British Fantasy Award Finalist

I’m British Fantasy award finalist, for the second time in a row. I’m nominated this time, for writing & editing, in 2 categories; best short fiction & best anthology with my Nebula winning novelette O2 Arena, & WFA, Locus shortlisted anthology, the Year’s Best African Speculative Fiction. Both are Hugo award finalists. Do consider them/meContinue reading “Multiple British Fantasy Award Finalist”

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