This month, our co-founder, Aiesha, was featured on the local women-focused website Women of Cincy, discussing her journey through geekdom. Check it out!
Midwest BSFA co-founder Aiesha Little has received Super Heroines, Etc.’s first SHE Fellowship. The program is designed for people who want to redirect their career paths and get some experience in areas outside of their expertise, some of whom may have been affected by pandemic-related layoffs. During the month of June, Aiesha will help the organization beef up its content on social media platforms as well as its website. For more information about the group, visit superheroinesetc.org.
Our co-founder was recently featured on PUNK BLACK’s website for her cosplaying! Check out the interview here!
Check out this week’s story on the Model D website about MECCACon. It features our co-founder, Aiesha! Her steampunk character building workshop is at 2:30 p.m. on Saturday so if you in the Detroit area on that day, swing by!
This month, Midwest BSFA co-founder Aiesha Little was interviewed for Ghettoblaster Magazine‘s website! Check it out here!
The video wrap-up of last month’s MECCACon event up in Detroit features Midwest BSFA co-founder Aiesha Little! Thanks to April Jackson for the interview!
Aiesha Little, co-founder of the Midwest Black Speculative Fiction Alliance, is currently featured in New World Comics’ Comics Empower project. Click here to read her entry.