There are many stories about people of African Descent in Science Fiction and Fantasy that you will enjoy and be enlightened. Black Science Fiction is on the rise.
In the anthology, AFRO Sci-Fi written by Stafford Levon Battle, you will find tales offering twists and turns that take readers far from the beaten path of ordinary sci-fi and fantasy. You will journey into new worlds.The opening story, "The Lynching" explores what if 100 white men were strung up and diripping their life fluids leading to their demise by an African demon. A Black Yankee reporter stumbles into the scene and awakens a memory.
Other short stories in the anthology include:
Ancient Africa is a land burstng with myths and legends, gods and demons as well as heroes and villians.Shango must rescue his future bride from his father and a god.
In the digital Age with the Internet and computers, a weird Black genius makes a discovery that terrifies the American security a
A Black sheriff in the old wild west has a secret weapon he uses to maintain his ruthless authority and win the woman of his dreams,
What would have happened if McClain and Palin won the presidential election? A firey alien interrupts an African wedding ceremony taking place on a high tech space station in orbit over Earth. The Alien wants to buy slaves. If you had an amazing aunt who could transport to alternative worlds, would you follow her?
A planet named Revival hidden deep in our galaxy has inhabitants are enslaved by humans but one man endeavors to prevent a war that Earth would lose.
A Black professor claims he can hear a non-human civilization on Earth that is plotting to destroy human by changing the planet's weather. Most people are certain he is crazy, until hie produces proof.
Your amazing aunt opens portals to new dimenions where humans can time travel and become gods.
AFROFutturism affects all of us, regardless of race or culture or what society considers to be class rankings.
We are All African.
The World is in trouble. But the only person who can save it may be slightly insane. A novel, written by Stafford Levon Battle grapples with global climate change. However, this may not be situation created by humans; other forces many have a role in cahngeing the planets environment.
There are thousands of sci-fi, fantasy and speculative fiction authors scrambling for recognition and royalties to pay rent, to keep a roof over their heads, to uplift depressed egos at Sci-Fi conventions and to satisfy spouses. Some authors write very well but sell poorly and for decades languish in obscurity. A few sci-fi authors with mediocre literary workmanship may luckily gain temporary popularity due to exemplary marketing and promotional efforts. But the depth of their celebrity status fades quickly over the litmus test of time (sometimes in days or hours when their friends and family stop commenting). But there is more to consider.
God sends a beautiful priestess on a precarious religious quest to protect innocent beings in the universe. Sadistic demons are seeping out between cracks in the interstellar void to infect holy ground and challenge the authority of God.
But the priestess who is also the Mamba Galactic Queen has another imperative. She desperately seeks to end her centuries of conflict and celibacy, and to find a genetic mate.