Afro-Future Females: Black Writers Chart Science Fiction's Newest New-Wave Trajectory

Afro Future Females Black Writers Chart Science Fiction s Newest New Wave Trajectory Afro Future Females Black Writers Chart Science Fiction s Newest New Wave Trajectory edited by Marleen S Barr is the first combined science fiction critical anthology and short story collection to fo

  • Title: Afro-Future Females: Black Writers Chart Science Fiction's Newest New-Wave Trajectory
  • Author: Marleen S. Barr
  • ISBN: 9780814210789
  • Page: 418
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Afro Future Females Black Writers Chart Science Fiction s Newest New Wave Trajectory,edited by Marleen S Barr, is the first combined science fiction critical anthology and short story collection to focus upon black women via written and visual texts The volume creates a dialogue with existing theories of Afro Futurism in order to generate fresh ideas about how to applyAfro Future Females Black Writers Chart Science Fiction s Newest New Wave Trajectory,edited by Marleen S Barr, is the first combined science fiction critical anthology and short story collection to focus upon black women via written and visual texts The volume creates a dialogue with existing theories of Afro Futurism in order to generate fresh ideas about how to apply race to science fiction studies in terms of gender The contributors, including Hortense Spillers, Samuel R Delany, Octavia E Butler, and Steven Barnes, formulate a woman centered Afro Futurism by repositioning previously excluded fiction to redefine science fiction as a broader fantastic endeavor They articulate a platform for scholars to mount a vigorous argument in favor of redefining science fiction to encompass varieties of fantastic writing and, therefore, to include a range of black women s writing that would otherwise be excluded Afro Future Females builds upon Barr s previous work in black science fiction and fills a gap in the literature It is the first critical anthology to address the blackness of outer space fiction in terms of feminism, emphasizing that it is necessary to revise the very nature of a genre that has been constructed in such a way as to exclude its new black participants Black science fiction writers alter genre conventions to change how we read and define science fiction itself The work s main point black science fiction is the most exciting literature of the nascent twenty first century.

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    • An odd hodgepodge of a book that is perhaps more successful as a manifesto or call to arms than an academic collection. There are some important contributions here, but it seems like the book can never decide if it's:1. a study of science fiction by African-American women who are commonly understood to be writers of such (Butler, Hopkinson, Shawl, etc)2. a call for the inclusion of fiction by African-American women written outside of the realist mode (so the above plus Morrison, Bambara, etc) in [...]


    • I read this book to supplement a paper I did on Octavia E. Butler's Wild Seed, mostly because of the essay "Becoming Animal in Black Women's Science Fiction" by Madhu Dubey. This book is a great source for academics but it's all just an interesting collection of criticism, essays, and short stories about black women in science-fiction, speculative fiction, and fantasy. I came away with a lot of to-read books (short stories, authors, graphic novels, anything you could want). I recommend this both [...]


    • I enjoyed most of the fiction and essays in this book, though I was somewhat perplexed by Steven Barnes' contribution, which focused primarily on men.



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