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Black Panther Discovers a Secret Wakandan Colony in America

In the prose collection Black Panther: Tales of Wakanda, King T'Challa is shocked to discover a Wakandan colony in Mississippi!

"A Tempest" poem (STAR*LINE 43.4 edited by Melanie Stormm) nominated for a 2021 Rhysling Award

Nine Bar Blues: Stories from an Ancient Future by Sheree Renée Thomas, Review

Out and About at

Hosts announced for the Hugo Awards Ceremony 2021 | DisCon III

World Fantasy Awards 2020 finalists announced.

Kacen Callender, Rivers Solomon, Nisi Shawl, Ebony Elizabeth Thomas and Sheree Renée Thomas are finalists for th...

'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 and Friends on Afrofuturism and the Magic of Storytelling and Music

Essence of Wonder with Gadi Evron

Follow Me: Sheree Renée Thomas Releases Playlist to Accompany New Book

Largehearted Boy: Sheree Renée Thomas's Playlist for Her Collection "Nine Bar Blues"

This Book That Book | 25 Must-Read Fiction Books by Black Authors

25 Must-Read Fiction Books by Black Authors

Fiction Book Review: Sleeping Under the Tree of Life

by Sheree Renée Thomas.

Aqueduct, $12 trade paper (128p) ISBN 978-1-61976-111-7

Fiction Book Review: Sleeping Under the Tree of Life by Sheree Renée Thomas
The lyrical gifts of Thomas, editor of the celebrated Dark Matter anthologies, are on full display in this colle...

Morning Bites: Sheree Renée Thomas’s Playlist, Bethany C. Morrow and Tochi Onyebuchi, Antiracist Poetry, Kathryn Scanlan, and More


In Case You Missed It: Spring 2019 Event Webcasts

Library of Congress: From the Catbird Seat

Afrofuturism Arts Expo presents local “black futurity” art

The Daily Free Press

Black Women Are the Future

Guest Author: Sheree Renée Thomas, Researching 160 Years of Afrofuturism, Q&A

University of Iowa | Theme Semester

Afrofuturism explores science fiction but is rooted in the past

Arizona State University

The Black Speculative Arts Movement & Afrofuturism as an afrocentric, technocultural social philosophy

Featured Guests of Blacktasticon 2018: Sheree Renée Thomas

Sheree speaks at
THE COMET – 150 years W.E.B. Du Bois

Contemporary Afrofuturism and Black Speculative Arts Symposium

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