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On The Blerdar: Writing Speculative Fiction In The Time of Pandemic

On The Blerdar: Writing Speculative Fiction In The Time of Pandemic

Check out this latest On The Blerdar event. From panelist, Marcus Haynes: Creators, Black creators especially, have always produced some of our most enduring work in times of uncertainty. As Black spec fic creators, we have a unique ability to take the most uncertain...

Changa and the Jade Obelisk #1 Sword & Soul Launches Kickstarter

Changa and the Jade Obelisk #1 Sword & Soul Launches Kickstarter

Press Release MVmedia LLC of Fayetteville, GA, a publisher specializing in science fiction and fantasy based on African/African Diaspora culture and traditions and 133art of Los Angeles, CA, a comic book publishing imprint that specializes in Black independent comic...

The BlackSci-Fi.com Online Campaign Corner/ Blacktasticon

The BlackSci-Fi.com Online Campaign Corner/ Blacktasticon

In our continuing goal of highlighting BlackSci-Fi and contributions by creators of color across the various creative spectrums, we here at BlackSci-Fi.com are going to highlight some awesome Kickstarter, IndieGoGo, and GoFund Me campaigns you might want to donate to....

2018 Black History Month Author Appreciation: Milton Davis

2018 Black History Month Author Appreciation: Milton Davis

For Black History Month 2018 we here at BlackSci-Fi.com want to celebrate a group of black speculative fiction authors who are killing the game with a wide variety of quality speculative fiction including science fiction, fantasy, steam funk, sword and soul, and...

Why Discrimination Can’t Stop The Black Imagination

Why Discrimination Can’t Stop The Black Imagination

If you are involved in black speculative fiction as a reader or writer, then you've most likely read Fireside Fiction's report, which states that only thirty nine short stories written by black authors were published in 2015. I've only been reading black speculative...

Review: From Here To Timbuktu

Review: From Here To Timbuktu

When you take alternate history, steampunk, and put it together with the historical perspective of Africans and African Americans, you have the genre known as steamfunk. From Here To Timbuktu by Milton J. Davis is one of a handful of books that embody this genre. Its...

Salathiel Palland Brings Motor City Steam Con to Detroit

Salathiel Palland Brings Motor City Steam Con to Detroit

BlackSci-fi.com celebrates Women’s History Month! Join us in our month long celebration of the history makers past, present, and future.   Airships. Victorian styled fantastical metropolises filled with adventure around every corner. Steam and gear powered...

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