Enjoy the Possibilities!
Engage With Afrofuturism Fiction
Expand Your Worldview
Entertain and Enlighten Cerebal Functions
Escape into the Fantastic
Get the most out of the 21st Century. It is a busy place and time. There is a lot to see and do. Explore AFROFuturism -- speculative fiction with an African perspective. Travel back into the past and imagine a new future. Stafford Battle gives you innovative literature into the "How Come?" and "What If? of Black Sci-fi. Slap your head and exclaim, "I never expected that!" Say aloud, "That is what I should be doing!" Read AFROCentric speculative fiction.
- Ride with an African sheriff in the old West who has mystical powers.
- Peek into the mind of an Ancient Galactic Queen with Egyptian DNA who seeks a lover on a tiny, distant world call Earth.
- Global climate change is creating giant ocean waves sweeping over Boston; extremely rich families are building fortresses on mountaintops. A discredited Black Professor claims he can save the world; unfortuneately, he is slightly insane.
- Nat Turner's daughter is still alive and she, sometimes he, seeks revenge.
- Travel with your favorite aunt who can cross dimensions to diffrent worlds.
- Somebody resurrected Chaka Zulu and gave him advanced weapons.
- Three African witches tell the raunchiest stories you could ever imagine -- these are really shameless tales.
- Right after the first American Civil War, a former slave builds a steam powered, flying warship to help the South defeat the North.
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If we want to succed in life, we need to constantly discover. We discovered walking in our earliest years. We discovered language. We discovered emotions: disappointment, achievement, love, coorperation. We learned how to entertain and be entertaining. We embraced reading. We became life-long learners.
When we go to sleep, we should anticipate a joyous dawn when we awaken. However, reality really sucks; sometimes it rains -- but rain can be good. The clouds only hide the sun. It is always there. The universe has gifted us with the ability to play, have fun, forgive and seek greater joy despite brief moments of gloom.
Stories enable us to overcome personal sorrow, to laugh, to dream and to be inspired to step up to the next level. AFROFuturism is not about ethnicity, where you were born or your religion. We are all African. It is not about social class or economic standing. We are all human.