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The State of Black Scifi 2012: The Grand Finale with a New Short Story from Alicia McCalla

FlareThis is the last week of our amazing online Black History Month event.  It’s been an enlightening experience.  I’d like to take the time to thank everyone who has participated from the other bloggers to the readers, retweeters, and commenters. You all have been wonderful. My winners this week are Chicki Brown and Ellen Barrow.  Congratulations!  This week we have a special treat.  Each participant has created an original short story.

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The State of Black SciFi 2012: I heart Onyx Con!

black_scifi_logo_4In the late 1990s, I remember attending a panel discussion of African-American SF authors at Robert W. Woodruff Library in the Atlanta University Center. The panel included my favorites like Octavia Butler and Brandon Massey. It was the first time that I’d ever participated in an event that highlighted a variety of African-American authors in SF. I was elated.

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State of Black SciFi 2012: Giveaways and an Upcoming Paranormal Romance from Alicia McCalla

black_scifi_logo3.1We’ve made it to Giveaway Day! I have two winners! Please congratulate Troy Wiggins and Sherese Francis! Woohoo! They’ll each receive a copy of Breaking Free. Don’t forget that I’ll announce three winners at our Grand Finale Event on February 27, 2012 so keep commenting, tweeting #blackscifi2012 with my twitter handle (AliciaMcCalla), and discussing on FB.

Now on to this week’s post. I’ve been working on an adult paranormal romance with a twist of horror. Of course, it includes a serial killer. My working title is the Soul Eaters.  It will be a Priestess of Mawu Series.

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Come Join ATL’s State of Black Sci-Fi Authors at Georgia Tech

Time: February 16, 2012 from 6:30pm to 8:30pmLocation: Clough Commons Auditorium, Georgia TechOrganized By: Geogia Tech Science Fiction Department Event Description:Come join us as we discuss the state of Black Science Fiction, share our stories and perform a group reading created especially for this event. Participating in this first of its kind event are Ed […]