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The Evolution of African Fantasy and Science Fiction

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"The Evolution of African Fantasy and Science Fiction" is the second Call for Papers of Academia Lunare, the non-fiction arm of Luna Press Publishing.

These papers explore the theme through the emergence of African SFF, the forces shaping its development down the ages, and the dangers of expectations. We also examine its effect on literature and portrayals in popular entert
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ebook, 116 pages
Published August 7th 2018 by Luna Press Publishing
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S. Naomi Scott
Jan 14, 2019 rated it it was amazing
I have to say, this one’s given me a lot to think about. It’s a small book, physically speaking, but it has some pretty big things to say about where African F/SF has come from, where it currently stands, and maybe even where it’s going. The book itself is a collection of academic papers on aspects of F/SF created in Africa or by African authors and makes for some interesting and eye-opening reading.

On the Emergency of African Science Fiction by Peter J. Maurits looks at the development and gr
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