What Happened in 2018
Post date: Feb 26, 2019 2:15:54 PM
Just to refresh your memory when thinking about what to nominate--here are some works published in 2018.
The third volume in the series AfroSFv3 edited by Ivor Hartmann appeared in 2018. Contributors were:
T L Huchu
Mame Bougouma Diene
Children of Blood and Bone by Tomi Adebayo appeared in both the USA, UK and in Nigerian editions.
Last year’s winner of the Ilube Nommo for best novel was Tochi Onyebuchi. The second volume in his series appeared, Crown of Thunder.
Single author spec fix collections in 2018 included We Won't Fade into Darknesss by T J Benson, Dark Moons Rising in a Cloudless Night by Mame Bougouma Diene and Learning How to Drown by Cat Hellisen
The Caine Prize anthology Redemption Song reprinted the nominated speculative stories by Wole Talabi and Stacy Hardy (which are not eligible) but also included stories by Dilman Dila and Awuor Onyango.
A lot of stories of course appeared online.
ONLINE FOR YOUR CONSIDERATION:
Walter Emeka Dinjos passed away recently. He was a productive, successful young writer on the brink of great success. He was also the founder of Sub-Sahara magazine. Here are links to three of his online stories published in 2018, all eligible for nomination.
From AfroSFv3, Tendai Huchu’s story was made available in the Johannesburg Review of Books.
Omenana magazine brought out two issues in 2018:
With fiction contributions by Blaize Kaye, Tariro Ndoro, Ray Mwihaki, Derek Lubangakene, Relmy Divingu
With contributions by Mirette Bahghat, Osahon Ize-Iyamu, Tiah Marie Beautement, and H J Golaki
Some of Wole Talabi’s 2018 published material is also online:
Necessary and Sufficient Conditions now available online via Apex.
The Harmonic Resonance of Ejiro Anaborhi, first published in F&SF is now an online podcast.
Stephen Embleton's The Girl With Two Bodies at Kalahari Review.
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