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AfroSF: Science Fiction by African Writers

Afro SF: Book 1

Ivor W. Hartmann

AfroSF is the first ever anthology of Science Fiction by African writers only that was open to submissions from across Africa and abroad. It is comprised of original (previously unpublished) works only, from stellar established and upcoming African writers:

  • Nnedi Okorafor
  • Sarah Lotz
  • Tendai Huchu
  • Cristy Zinn
  • Ashley Jacobs
  • Nick Wood
  • Tade Thompson
  • S.A. Partridge
  • Chinelo Onwualu
  • Uko Bendi Udo
  • Dave de Burgh
  • Biram Mboob
  • Sally-Ann Murray
  • Mandisi Nkomo
  • Liam Kruger
  • Chiagozie Fred Nwonwu
  • Joan De La Haye
  • Mia Arderne
  • Rafeeat Aliyu
  • Martin Stokes
  • Clifton Gachagua
  • Efe Okogu

AfroSFv2

Afro SF: Book 2

Ivor W. Hartmann

Table of Contents:

'The Last Pantheon'
Tade Thompson & Nick Wood
An epic superhero face-off thousands of years in the making.

'Hell Freezes Over'
Mame Bougouma Diene
Long after the last skyscraper has drowned who remains and how will they survive?

'The Flying Man of Stone'
Dilman Dila
When ancient technology seems like magic legends live again in the midst of war and sides will be chosen.

'VIII'
Andrew Dakalira
A space shuttle crash, the numeral eight, serial murders, what connects them all could end humanity.

'An Indigo Song for Paradise'
Efe Tokunbo Okogu
Change is coming to Paradise city and it won't be pretty, but if this is paradise then heaven must be hell in need of a revolution.

AfroSFv3

Afro SF: Book 3

Ivor W. Hartmann

Space, the astronomical wilderness that has enthralled our minds since we first looked up in wonder. We are ineffably drawn to it, and equally terrified by it. We have created endless mythologies, sciences, and even religions, in the quest to understand it. We know more now than ever before and are taking our first real steps. What will become of Africans out there, will we thrive, how will space change us, how will we change it? AfroSFv3 is going out there, into the great expanse, and with twelve African visions of the future we invite you to sit back, strap in, and enjoy the ride.

Table of Contents:

  • Introduction (AfroSFv3) - essay by Ivor W. Hartmann
  • Njuzu - short fiction by T. L. Huchu
  • The Girl Who Stared at Mars - short fiction by Cristy Zinn
  • The EMO Hunter - short fiction by Mandisi Nkomo
  • The Luminal Frontier - short fiction by Biram Mboob
  • The Far Side - short fiction by Gabriella Muwanga
  • Drift-Flux - short fiction by Wole Talabi
  • Journal of a DNA Pirate - short fiction by Stephen Embleton
  • The Interplanetary Water Company - short fiction by Masimba Musodza
  • Safari Nyota: A Prologue - short fiction by Dilman Dila
  • Parental Control - short fiction by Mazi Nwonwu
  • Inhabitable - short fiction by Andrew Dakalira
  • Ogotemmeli's Song - short fiction by Mame Bougouma Diene