This volume features essays, poems, scripts, short stories, and art by a range of over 40 contributors. This award winning publication is a glimpse into the potential of Afrofuturism and how it may be used as a lens for (re) imagining the past, present and future.
Editor Sheree Renée Thomas remarks that Afrofuturism “imagines that what was once presumed lost, forgotten, soiled and stripped away can be found, can be reclaimed and resurrected, remixed, and revived…Under the powerful lens of Afrofuturism, the impossible is possible. The spirit and rhythm of a culture is preserved and transformed; the past is not only contested but sacred space.”
— Caroline S