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Happy Black Speculative Fiction Month!

October is Black Speculative Fiction Month, a month to commemorate African and African American involvement in speculative fiction, including Sword and Soul, Steamfunk, Black Weird West, and Afrofuturism. We’ve got a couple suggestions for ways to celebrate. * Attend Part 1 of “Afrofuturism” on Sunday, October 11, at 5:00 pm. This online 3-part series on […]

Introducing Spring Conference Exhibitors: Part I

At the North Carolina Writers’ Network 2018 Spring Conference, April 21 at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, the exhibit hall is open pretty much all day, 8:30 am – 5:00 pm. There, publishers and literary organizations from around the state will sell books and other literary treasures. Not only is this a great […]

BLF Press Showcases Women of Color

Sometimes, when the mission is clear and the heart is aligned with that mission, recognition and success come quick. BLF Press, based in Clayton, published their first collection in 2016. Dedicated to “amplifying the work of women of color” and providing a a space for “forward thinking, creative women of exceptional talent,” their titles have […]