I’m part of a Facebook Group called Black Writers of Science Fiction, Paranormal Romance and Urban Fantasy. If that interests you, I welcome you to check it out. We have great admins and cool conversations.
I wanted to share with you the websites of some of my colleagues, since people often want to know where the black sci-fi and fantasy writers can be found.
Delizhia D. Jenkins: www.missjenkinsbooks.com
I’m a shape shifter writer who simply wants to leave her own mark on the literary world, leaving behind a legacy that will extend for generations to come.
Nicole Givens Kurtz: www.nicolegivenskurtz.com
Nicole Givens Kurtz’s short stories have appeared in over 40 anthologies and magazines of science fiction, fantasy, and horror. She is a member of (SFWA). Her novels have been finalists for the EPPIEs, Dream Realm, and Fresh Voices in science fiction awards.
Aziza Sphinx: www.azizasphinx.com
Aziza Sphinx is a firm believer that reading and writing go hand in hand. A southerner through and through she loves her peaches and pecans while curling up with a good book.
Dahlia DeWinters: www.dahliadewinters.com
Dahlia DeWinters was born to run, but she’s too tired for all of that now. Instead of debating the politics of dancing, she writes multi-genre stories that celebrate the Black woman in all her diverse beauty.
Milton J. Davis: www.mvmediaatl.com
Ten years ago MVmedia was established to provide exciting science fiction and fantasy based on African/African Diaspora culture, history and tradition. Over the years we’ve published over twenty books that cover the range of the Black Fantastic.
Regine Abel: www.regineabel.com
When not writing or reading, Regine surrenders to the other passion in her life: video games! As a professional Game Designer and Creative Director, her career has led her from her home in Canada to the US and various countries in Europe and Asia.
KR Bankston: www.krbankstononline.com
She hails from Tallahassee, FL and now resides in Jonesboro, GA. Having written various works of fiction including short stories for most of her adult life, Bankston entered the world of commercial publishing in 2008 with her first novel, A Deadly Encounter.
Join the group if you’d like to meet even more black genre writers!