So in August I had the good fortunate to receive an ARC of Dominion—An Anthology. It’s an independent collection of science-fiction, fantasy, horror and speculative stories told from an African/African American perspective spanning time and space. It’s the first anthology to showcase African/African American speculative fiction in this way, with plans to make the anthology a yearly publication.
I also got an interview with editor Ekpeki Oghnechovwe Donald, recorded on 7 August 2020 when Dominion was first released.
It’s Ekpeki’s and my first attempt at an interview like this, so please forgive us our mistakes.
Watch/listen to our interview.
My review of the anthology for Cosmic Roots And Eldritch Shores is here: https://cosmicrootsandeldritchshores.com/features/reviews-and-interviews/dominion-review/
and the Goodreads page is: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/53257232-dominion
Dominion is available in eBook and print. Listings at https://aurelialeo.com/product/94602008172020/
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