100 African Writers of SFF Part Two Africans in the UK

Geoffrey Ryman

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Abstract

Part Two of the series interviewed 11 writers including long interviews with Jennifer Makumbi and Nikhil Singh along with considerations of their work. The article noted a relationship in the rise of American SFF between the experience of diaspora and the writing of fantasy and science fiction. Could a similar dynamic be at work in writers of the African diaspora? This 37,000-word article was the result of work done while waiting for the Leverhulme International Academic Fellowship to begin based at the University of Cape Town. The article appeared while I was abroad. Hosting of the series will be taken over by the online magazine Strange Horizons in 2017. http://www.tor.com/2016/11/01/100-african-writers-of-sff-part-two-writers-in-the-u-k/
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - Nov 2016

Keywords

  • African, science fiction, fantasy, SFF, African studies, African fiction, diaspora

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