Moving in a pas de basque, knowing it’s the same if she steps forward or back
In this episode of the Strange Horizons podcast, editor Ciro Faienza presents Rebecca Bennett’s “Eurydice Stands with Attitude”.
We should be able to write stories and invent technologies and have them be recognized for what they are, instead of worrying about whether they will be counted as steampunk.
That oral language is not primary in a film made by abled people, and that interdependence and disabled survival is meant to be important, is revolutionary.
Who are those Afro-descendent voices outside of the United States, and how do they think of themselves? What is their role in the struggle? Do they even adhere to Afrofuturism, and why?