Table of Contents | 29 February 2016
"Africans have been producing speculative fiction—that is science fiction, fantasy, magical realism, et al.—since the genre began and the fact that people are just discovering it is really no one's fault but their own."
Only two words in this research are necessary.
They say great things are achieved in the dead of night.
In this episode of the Strange Horizons podcast, editor Anaea Lay presents Ekari Mbvundula's "Montague's Last."
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