October 2021

Uplifting Diverse Creatives Gollancz Book of South Asian Science Fiction vol. 2 edited by Tarun K. Saint and Manjula Padmanabhan. Released late in September 2021, this collection contains an array of short form fiction and poetry from various South Asian authors. Featuring pieces from India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Tibet, Bangladesh and the wider diaspora. I've... Continue Reading →

September 2021

Diverse Author Shout Out First off, I'd like to congratulate Nakia Cook on the release of her debut novel, Inamorata, a supernatural thriller featuring a black, Muslim protagonist. It's such an achievement to get that first novel done and published, her dedication to her stories and her craft is inspiring. Her warm and authentic presence... Continue Reading →

Timeless

Despite countless weeks spent on coding and design, she'd almost forgotten the outfit. School notification; dance-hall activated. Eyes closed, chest tight, time to upload. Other students uploaded too, filling the dark virtual dance-hall with a chaos of colour. The guests contrasting with timber decor meant for long-lost tuxedos and ballgowns. She took a moment to... Continue Reading →

July 2021

Celebrating Diverse Creators This month's shoutout goes to FIYAH Literary Magazine of Black Speculative Fiction. Their current submission theme: LOVE, DEATH & ANDROIDS is about to close July 31st, so get in quick! I'm excited for their next edition featuring a collection of short stories from Black Authors on the theme above. Keep an eye... Continue Reading →

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