Introducing AfroSF: Science Fiction by African Writers anthology

Apex Book of World SF 2 contributor Ivor Hartmann has edited the first anthology of speculative fiction by African writers, AfroSF: Science Fiction by African Writers. It covers writers from both Africa and the African diaspora. It will be released in December 2012 in an ebook edition first and later a print edition, published by StoryTime. It also includes stories from Apex Book of World SF 2 contributors Tade Thompson and Nnedi Okorafor.

Table of Contents:
  • ‘Moom!’ Nnedi Okorafor
  • ‘Home Affairs’ Sarah Lotz
  • ‘Five Sets of Hands’ Cristy Zinn
  • ‘New Mzansi’ Ashley Jacobs
  • ‘Azania’ Nick Wood
  • ‘Notes from Gethsemane’ Tade Thompson
  • ‘Planet X’ Sally Partridge
  • ‘The Gift of Touch’ Chinelo Onwualu
  • ‘The Foreigner’ Uko Bendi Udo
  • ‘Angel Song’ Dave-Brendon Burgh
  • ‘The Rare Earth’ Biram Mboob
  • ‘Terms & Conditions Apply’ Sally-Ann Murray
  • ‘Heresy’ Mandisi Nkomo
  • ‘Closing Time’ Liam Kruger
  • ‘Masquerade Stories’ Chiagozie Fred Nwonwu
  • ‘The Trial’ Joan De La Haye
  • ‘Brandy City’ Mia Arderne
  • ‘Ofe!’ Rafeeat Aliyu
  • ‘Claws and Savages’ Martin Stokes
  • ‘To Gaze at the Sun’ Clifton Gachagua
  • ‘Proposition 23’ (Novelette) Efe Okogu
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