Interviews

Interviews

Interviews
Sheree Renée Thomas for project IF | me Convention

Sheree Renée Thomas for project IF | me Convention

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Teatime Readings: Sheree Renee Thomas reads from NINE BAR BLUES

Teatime Readings: Sheree Renee Thomas reads from NINE BAR BLUES

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project if at the 2019 me Convention #imaginefutures

project if at the 2019 me Convention #imaginefutures

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Project IF to #imaginefutures at the 2019 me Convention

Project IF to #imaginefutures at the 2019 me Convention

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Sheree Renée Thomas reading from "Head Static" in NINE BAR BLUES

Sheree Renée Thomas reading from "Head Static" in NINE BAR BLUES

15:05
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Black Women Are the Future: Celia C. Peters, Sheree Renée Thomas, and Ingrid LaFleur

Black Women Are the Future: Celia C. Peters, Sheree Renée Thomas, and Ingrid LaFleur

02:03:31
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INVISIBLE UNIVERSE (DOCUMENTARY WIP) | TRAILER

INVISIBLE UNIVERSE (DOCUMENTARY WIP) | TRAILER

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The Invisible Universe documentary - Shining Stars: Sheree Renee Thomas 2

The Invisible Universe documentary - Shining Stars: Sheree Renee Thomas 2

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The Afrofuturist Healers: Arthur Flowers, Sheree Renée Thomas, and Kelechi Ubozoh on Past, Present, and Future Healing

If we’ve fallen into a dystopian novel—a global pandemic, police shootings, and a recession that results from the pandemic—then how do we climb out?

TriQuarterly

'Black to the Future' — Afrofuturism comes to Memphis

Memphis Commercial Appeal

It's Not Just Black Panther. Afrofuturism Is Having a Moment

TIME Magazine

Sheree Renée Thomas & BSAM at the 2018 Cannes Film Festival

The Middle Shelf

A Surreal Visit to Memphis: Sheree Renée Thomas on “Nine Bar Blues"

Vol. 1 Brooklyn

Apex Magazine Interview with Author Sheree Renée Thomas

Apex Magazine

Creating Dark Matter: An Interview with Sheree Renée Thomas

Strange Horizons

Subject Guides: Imagining Future Histories: Black Speculative Fiction: Featured author: Sheree Renée Thomas

The University of Iowa Libraries

Sheree Renee Thomas’ “Dark Matter”
A Memphis writer rediscovers a lesser-known branch of African-American literature: speculative fiction.

Memphis Magazine