Speculative Fiction

The Rise of African Speculative Fiction: A special issue of The Manchester Review

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.

‘Unputdownable’ – Karina M Szczurek reviews Asylum, a new spec-fic thriller by Marcus Low

Karina M Szczurek has written a glowing review of Asylum, a new post-apocalyptic thriller by Marcus Low, for the Cape Times.

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.

‘I like the idea of a black girl kicking butt’ – Bontle Senne chats about her Afrocentric children’s books

Bontle Senne chatted to Beautiful News about her new Shadow Chasers series of books.

Shortlists announced for 2017 Nommo Awards for Speculative Fiction by Africans

The shortlists for the Nommo Awards for Speculative Fiction by Africans have been announced, with Nick Wood, Tade Thompson, A Igoni Barrett, …