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Saturday, October 20 • 8:00pm - 9:00pm
Beyond Wakanda

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Writing/dreaming ourselves into a future as African people is a surreal act in itself. Six black writers read their surreal, futuristic, or Wakanda-inspired work.


Authors
avatar for Alan Clark

Alan Clark

Your friendly neighborhood super villain and ontological machanicist moved to Oakland to write his latest graphic novel series, In Search of the Black Panther Party., and also franchise villainy to the west coast. He is also author of the sci fi soap opera, Babylon, and the founder... Read More →
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Thaddeus Howze

Afrosurreal Writers Workshop
THADDEUS HOWZE | Author | Editor | Futurist | Technologist | Thaddeus Howze is a prolific writer of speculative fiction, scientific, technical and cultural commentary from his office in Hayward, California. Thaddeus' speculative fiction has appeared in numerous anthologies and literary... Read More →
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Rochelle Spencer

Rochelle Spencer is author of AfroSurrealism: The African Diaspora's Surrealist Fiction (Routledge, 2019), co-editor, of All About Skin: Short Fiction by Women of Color (Univ. of Wisconsin Press, 2018), and a member of the National Book Critics Circle and the Wintergreen Women Writers Collective... Read More →
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Amos White

President, Bay Area Generations
Amos White is a haiku poet and author, producer, director and activist. He is author of "The Sound of the Web: Haiku and Poetry on Facebook and Twitter" (CreateSpace, 2013, www.amazon.com/Sound-Web-Poetry-Facebook-Twitter/dp/1456581473/) and is published in several national and international... Read More →
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Audrey T. Williams

Audrey T. Williams is a multi-racial, multi-cultural Storyteller, Writer and Poet based in Oakland. She writes, performs, and podcasts creative nonfiction in the form of personal narratives, and is also working on short stories of Speculative Fiction and AfroFuturism.
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Dera R. Willliams

Director- Time Capsules, Co-Director Special Projects, AfroSurreal Writers Workshop
Dera R. Williams is an Oakland writer who writes in the fiction, nonfiction and memoir genres. A child of the Great Migration, she moved to California from Arkansas at two years old. As a family historian, Dera researches and writes about her family and has assisted others in researching... Read More →


Saturday October 20, 2018 8:00pm - 9:00pm
The Laundry (upstairs) 3359 26th St, San Francisco, CA 94110, USA

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