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NYC Reading: Diaspora of the Fantastic: Black Women Writers of Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Horror


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Join science fiction, fantasy, and horror authors Linda D. Addison (Being Full of Light, Insubstantial), K. Tempest Bradford (Interfictions, Federations), N. K. Jemisin (forthcoming: The Hundred Thousand Kingdoms), and Alaya Dawn Johnson (Racing the Dark) for a reading and discussion on women of color in speculative fiction. Far from being indifferent to the genre, people of color are creating and consuming SF literature and media more than ever. Come hear some of the best new and award-winning speculative voices of color writing today.

When: Thursday, July 30th @ 7PM

Where: Bluestockings Books, 172 Allen Street (1 block south of Houston), NYC

2 thoughts on “NYC Reading: Diaspora of the Fantastic: Black Women Writers of Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Horror”

  1. Alyssa says:

    This event sounds super interesting and I wish I could go, but alas, it is being held two days before I return home to New York! The bookstore hosting it is one of my favorites, though. I’d recommend for anyone attending this to get there early to look at their books, many of which I haven’t seen anywhere else.

  2. Black Women says:

    Thanks for the informative post.

    The world of writing is expanding and growing, I will be at the event.

    See you all there

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