While the recent report on black speculative fiction states that only 38 stories were published in anthologies last year, many black speculative fiction writers have been publishing their own stories all along. Since the 2000s, there have been almost a dozen anthologies collecting black speculative fiction authors old and new. Even though this isn’t a definitive list, it shows that we are more than capable of getting our stories read.
10. Mothership: Tales of Afrofuturism and Beyond
Published by Rosarium Publishing, this anthology edited by Bill Campbell and Edward Justin Hall will take you on a journey through multi-cultural speculative fiction. Featuring prominent names such as N.K. Jemisin, Sofia Somatar, Daniel José Older, and more, this is one of the best gems in speculative fiction.