Eager for more in the way of AfroFuturism? Check out the following tales, 'troopers!
Songs of Home by MbekoSifolo
A tale of fear versus hope, pain versus endurance, and a people lost in space, trying to find their way home.
Dat Ubuntu Nothing Drag by WilliamJJackson
Young Challie doesn't understand. America doesn't have guns. America doesn't have violence. At least, not since the Sixties. If you so much as throw a punch, no one sees you ever again. This is a world without human violence, what that means to those who survive a world without war, conflict, and sense. What you think, happens.
Challie wants to end the madness. America is bleak without force. Imagine it. But he has a calling, one that will find a new message in this near barren, mad, mad, mad United States.
Beyond the Mind by silly_vicki
Nigeria, year 2112. Bola wakes up in a lab, with only memories from the moments before his presumed death. Intended to be used as a weapon by the government, his modified body (and mind) is subjected to experiments.
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Tevun-Krus #76 - AfroFuturismScience Fiction
Combining traditional African culture with the endless possibilities that is our science-fiction future, AfroFuturism is one of sci-fi's most unique and little-known contributions. Dive on in!