Bla(c)K is a unique voice of black speculative fiction, in transformative stories of culture, diversity, climate change, unlimited futures, family, tradition, a collision of worlds and mythology. It casts a gaze at mostly women and children haunted by patriarchy in Eugen Bacon’s bold and evocative text, literary elegance in lyrical language packed with love, fear, pain, and hope. Something beautiful, how dark.
Part II comprises essays on black speculative fiction and Afrofuturism – a new way of re-imagining Africa.
Theme: Writing the ‘other’, climate change, unlimited futures
Word count: 50.000
Genre: Black Speculative Fiction & Non-fiction
Right: World available
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