On Saturday, May 5, the Atlanta Black Speculative Fiction Cafe will host a day-long symposium spotlighting science fiction and fantasy as a signature intersection of science, history, technology, and humanistic studies.
The symposium will feature scholarly panel discussions involving authors and artists of African descent who will showcase their involvement in their respective genres and subgenres of fantasy and science fiction across various media.
The symposium will also feature a writers’ workshop, a presentation by young writers from African-Centered schools throughout Atlanta Metro and readings by authors L.M. Davis, Milton Davis, Alan Jones, Alicia McCalla, Wendy Raven McNair, Balogun Ojetade and moderator Ed Hall.
This event is free and open to the community.
11:00 am‐1:00 pm: Youth Speculative Fiction Writers’ Workshop
1:00 pm‐2:30 pm: Youth Presentation
2:30 pm‐4:30 pm: State of Black Science Fiction 2012 Presentation
4:30 pm – 5:30 pm: Artist and Author Meet-and-Greet and Book Signing
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