Tuesday Fiction: “Case Notes of a Witchdoctor” by Nick Wood

Today's Tuesday Fiction is by Nick Wood. Nick is a South African writer, currently resident in London, UK. Nick has published a YA SF book in South Africa entitled The stone chameleon, as well as about a dozen short stories in venues such as Infinity Plus, Interzone, PostScripts, Albedo One and AfroSF. He has also... Continue Reading →

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Monday Original Content: Africa in Science Fiction, by Nick Wood

Africa in Science Fiction By Nick Wood Late November, 'Africa Si-FI' season featured visual images by Kofi Allen flickering across the large screen in the Queen Elizabeth Hall forum on London's South Bank: http://kamarazikofiallen.weebly.com/ Stylish, futuristic images, with (black) men and women in exotic clothes that alternatively shroud - or shine with shocking power -... Continue Reading →

Monday Original Content: SF in South Africa, by Nick Wood

SF in SA 10 (December 2009) With acknowledgement to prior publication in Locus Magazine, November 2009. South African speculative fiction over the ages In this overview of South African written science or speculative fiction (SF), I aim to give a socio-historical account of the progress of the genre, as the fiction produced over the decades... Continue Reading →

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