The Hate U Give: BLM Gets The Novel Treatment
Fiction Lit

The Hate U Give: BLM Gets The Novel Treatment

nspired by the Black Lives Matter movement, The Hate U Give follows Starr Carter as her life is turned inside out when she witnesses her…

New Cyberpunk Anthology, New Visions of the Dark Tech Future
Fiction Lit

New Cyberpunk Anthology, New Visions of the Dark Tech Future

Editors: Jason Heller and Joshua Viola/ Hex Publishers riting future-themed science fiction is hard. You are, after all, predicting the future, which no one can…

Fiyah Literary Magazine’s First Issue Is A Standing Ovation For Black Speculative Fiction
Fiction Lit

Fiyah Literary Magazine’s First Issue Is A Standing Ovation For Black Speculative Fiction

lack Speculative Fiction in the year of 2017 has arrived, opening with Fiyah Literary Magazine’s first issue and yes This is what you came for….

More Lit, Less Problems: The BNP “To Read” List for 2017
Features

More Lit, Less Problems: The BNP “To Read” List for 2017

here is a problem common to all readers: the problem of the To Be Read List. When you finish a good book, how do you…

Transitions & Awakenings: A New Anthology from Sanguine Press
Carcosa Interviews

Transitions & Awakenings: A New Anthology from Sanguine Press

was introduced to Sanguine Press via Twitter; they are a new face in the publishing industry that desires to “Uplift, support, and nurture the kinds…

Lightspeed Magazine Presents ‘People of Colo(u)r Destroy Science Fiction’
Fiction Lit

Lightspeed Magazine Presents ‘People of Colo(u)r Destroy Science Fiction’

ollowing up on the success of Women Destroy Science Fiction in June 2014, and Queers Destroy Science Fiction in 2015, Lightspeed Magazine has come to…

The Fireside Fiction Report: A Reader/Critic’s Perspective
Editorials

The Fireside Fiction Report: A Reader/Critic’s Perspective

t has been months since Fireside Fiction published their outstanding #BlackSpecFic Special Report — a report so detailed, and damning, of the state of short…