In honor of Black Speculative Fiction Month, we’re hosting a live tweet of Black indie short films with the folks over at #SaturdayNightSciFi on Saturday, Oct. 23,! Just log on to Twitter and use the hashtag to follow along. The fun begins at 10 p.m. EST so don’t miss it!
So…did anyone have “Global Pandemic” on their 2020 bingo card? No? Us either. Long before COVID-19 (aka #datrona) decided to make itself at home, we’d been on a pretty long hiatus — a year and three months, to be exact. Don’t get us wrong; we didn’t disappear from the internet completely. Our Facebook page is going strong and we’re still kekeing over on Twitter (we even have an Instagram account!). We just dropped the ball with the blog is all. But we’re back for a while. Continue reading “It’s Been a Minute…”
Join us for Black Sci-Fi Book Club from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 27 as we discuss Brandon Black’s short story, “Camryn Bey and the Yeti From Mars” from his anthology Cairo By Gaslight. Click here to read the story and then use the hashtag #blackscifibookclub to add your two cents on Twitter!
Author K. Ceres Wright joins us for the final Black Sci-Fi Book Club discussion of 2017 from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. on Dec. 26 on Twitter! We recently caught up with her to talk about her writing journey, her reading habits and how to reach your dreams. (Click here to read the story we’ll be discussing and use the hashtag #blackscifibookclub to add your thoughts!) Continue reading “Interview with K. Ceres Wright, This Month’s #BlackSciFiBookClub Author”
Join us for Black Sci-Fi Book Club from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Dec. 26 as we discuss K. Ceres Wright’s short story, “Something New.” Click here to read the story and then use the hashtag #blackscifibookclub to add your two cents on Twitter!
Cosplayer/geeklanthropist Sistah Geek, co-host of the Wakanda IV Lyfe podcast, is co-presenting a steampunk character building workshop with our fearless leader at the Midwest Ethnic Convention for Comics and Arts (MECCACon) at 11 a.m. on Sept. 16! We talked to her about comics, steampunk, not letting mansplainers drain you and being a geek who gives back.
We recently interviewed author Nicole Givens Kurtz, whose short story “Death’s Harvest” will be the feature for this month’s #blackscifibookclub on Aug. 29! Continue reading “Interview with Author Nicole Givens Kurtz”
Join us on Twitter for the next Black Sci-Fi Book Club from 6:30-8:30 p.m. EST on Tuesday, Aug. 29! We’ll be discussing Nicole Givens Kurtz’ “Death’s Harvest” in the anthology Street Magick: Tales of Urban Fantasy. Read the story and use the hashtag #blackscifibookclub to give your thoughts!
Join us on Twitter for the next Black Sci-Fi Book Club from 6:30-8:30 p.m. EST on Tuesday, June 27! We’ll be discussing Zig Zag Claybourne’s “Revolver” in his anthology of short stories Historical Inaccuracies. Click here to read the story and use the hashtag #blackscifibookclub to give your thoughts!
Bronx-based blogger/artist/vlogger Jasmine Keitt’s forthcoming webcomic The Preternaturals blends occult and horror with fantasy/sci-fi elements. In this world, werewolves and vampires are real and some humans have super powers. Check out an excerpt of “Nae Nae & the Wolf Cub,” the first of three stories to be released before the comic’s October debut. Continue reading “Jasmine Keitt’s The Preternaturals”