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The Year's Best African Speculative Fiction (2022)
April 25, 2023  /  372 pages  (is this book fiction or nonfiction?)
This is the follow up to the highly acclaimed 2021 anthology described as containing "some of the most exciting voices, old and new, from Africa and the diaspora, published in the 2020 year."

The first won the World Fantasy Award for best anthology and was met with widespread critical acclaim from across the world, with the science fiction trade magazine, Locus, calling it a "must read."

Oghenechovwe Donald Ekpeki, who created the first anthology now joins forces with Eugen Bacon, a 2022 World Fantasy Award finalist and Milton Davis, an award-winning Black Speculative fiction writer and editor to introduce readers to an ever more diverse set of writers associated with Africa.

This anthology is more than just a collection of stories; it is a testament to the power of speculative fiction to transcend boundaries and explore new horizons. It is highly recommended for anyone looking to delve into a world where the speculative meets the vibrantly diverse tapestry of African storytelling.

Timely and relevant to today's world, the set of stories in this book will astonish, shock and amaze the reader while introducing them to a whole new world.

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