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HAPPY BLACK SPECULATIVE FICTION MONTH!

HAPPY BLACK SPECULATIVE FICTION MONTH!In early June of 2013, author Milton Davis and I had a discussion – as we often do – about the importance of Black people reading, writing and watching Science Fiction and…See More
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ALIEN ENCOUNTERS at Auburn Avenue Research Library

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A gathering of authors, artists, filmmakers and fans of speculative fiction by and about People of Color. SCHEDULE:Friday, October 25; 7pm-9pm: THE MAHOGANY MASQUERADE: An Night of Steamfunk, Rococoa & Film [A costume party follows]Saturday, October 26; 4pm-6pm: STEAMFUNK TO DIESELFUNK: Historical Foundations to Fantastic Fiction Saturday, October 26; 6pm-8pm: HORROR ON THE BLACK HAND SIDESunday, October 27; 3pm-5pm: AIN'T NO SUCH THING AS SUPERMAN: Black Consciousness in ComicsSee More
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HAPPY BLACK SPECULATIVE FICTION MONTH!

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HAPPY BLACK SPECULATIVE FICTION MONTH!

SciFi 1 In early June of 2013, author Milton Davis and I had a discussion – as we often do – about the importance of…

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