Na Covid-19 was daar? Cliffordene Norton gesels met Isa Konrad oor haar wetenskapfiksieroman, Toekomsmens
Cliffordene Norton gesels met Isa Konrad oor haar boeiende wetenskapfiksieroman, Toekomsmens, wat afspeel 37 jaar nadat die Covid-19 pandemie Suid-Afrika se ekonomie verwoes het.
British-born Nigerian writer Tade Thompson has won the 2019 Arthur C Clarke Award for his novel Rosewater
Tade Thompson’s novel Rosewater has won the Arthur C Clarke Award, the UK’s most prestigious prize for science fiction.
This month The Manchester Review focuses on African speculative fiction, featuring work from Lauren Beukes, Nnedi Okorafor, Nick Mulgrew, Dilman Dila and Doreen Baingana, among others.
‘Science fiction and fantasy made me want to be a writer’: Colson Whitehead wins the Arthur C Clarke Award for The Underground Railroad
Colson Whitehead has won the 2017 Arthur C Clarke Award for his novel The Underground Railroad.
The six shortlisted books for the Arthur C Clarke Award for best science fiction novel of the year published in 2016 have been revealed.
Help the African Speculative Fiction Society complete its list of all published African sci-fi/fantasy ever
The African Speculative Fiction Society has undertaken an ambitious project.