Black Magic Women: Terrifying Tales by Scary Sisters

Black Magic Women Terrifying Tales by Scary Sisters Imagine horror where black characters aren t all tropes and the first to die imagine a world written by black sisters where black women and femmes are in the starring roles From flesh eating plants to

  • Title: Black Magic Women: Terrifying Tales by Scary Sisters
  • Author: Sumiko Saulson Kamika Aziza Crystal Connor Dicey Grenor Alledria Hurt Valjeanne Jeffers Delizhia D. Jenkins R.J. Joseph
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 203
  • Format: Paperback
  • Imagine horror where black characters aren t all tropes and the first to die imagine a world written by black sisters where black women and femmes are in the starring roles From flesh eating plants to flesh eating bees zombies to vampires to vampire eating vampire hunters ghosts, revenants, witches and werewolves, this book has it all Cursed drums, cursed dolls, curseImagine horror where black characters aren t all tropes and the first to die imagine a world written by black sisters where black women and femmes are in the starring roles From flesh eating plants to flesh eating bees zombies to vampires to vampire eating vampire hunters ghosts, revenants, witches and werewolves, this book has it all Cursed drums, cursed dolls, cursed palms, ancient spirits and goddesses create a nuanced world of Afrocentric and multicultural horror Terrifying tales by seventeen of the scary sisters profiled in the reference guide 100 Black Women in Horror.Includes the stories Appreciation by Mina Polina, Death Lines by Nuzo Onoh, Sweet Justice by Kenesha Williams, Bryannah and the Magic Negro by Crystal Connor, The Lost Ones by Valjeanne Jeffers, Tango of a TellTale Heart by Sumiko Saulson, Blood Magnolia by Nicole Givens Kurtz, Labor Pains by Kenya Moss Dyme, Return to Me by Lori Titus, Here, Kitty by L.H Moore, Left Hand Torment by R J Joseph, Dark Moon s Curse by Delizhia Jenkins, Killer Queen by Cinsearae S, Sisters by Kai Leakes, Black and Deadly by Dicey Grenor, Trisha and Peter by Kamika Aziza, Alternative by Tabitha Thompson, and The Prizewinner by Alledria Hurt.

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    About “Sumiko Saulson Kamika Aziza Crystal Connor Dicey Grenor Alledria Hurt Valjeanne Jeffers Delizhia D. Jenkins R.J. Joseph

    • Sumiko Saulson Kamika Aziza Crystal Connor Dicey Grenor Alledria Hurt Valjeanne Jeffers Delizhia D. Jenkins R.J. Joseph

      Sumiko Saulson is a science fiction, fantasy and horror writer and graphic novelist She was the 2016 recipient of the Horror Writer Association s Scholarship from Hell Her works include the reference guide 60 Black Women in Horror Fiction, novels include Solitude, The Moon Cried Blood, Happiness and Other Diseases, Somnalia, Insatiable and the bestselling horror comedy Warmth She has written short stories for anthologies including Forever Vacancy, Babes and Beasts, Tales from the Lake 3, Clockwork Wonderland, and Carry the Light 5 where she won second place for the science fiction short story Agrippa She s the editor of the anthology Black Magic Women She writes for Search Magazine, and SumikoSaulson The child of African American and Russian Jewish American parents, she is a native Californian who grew up in Los Angeles and Hawaii She is an Oakland resident who has spent most of her adult life in the San Francisco Bay Area.

    302 thoughts on “Black Magic Women: Terrifying Tales by Scary Sisters

    • As a blogger that does reviews for horroraddicts I received a ARC of Black Magic Women : Terrifying Tales by Scary Sisters. This anthology is going to be a must read for years to come when it comes to a who's who of top shelf women horror writers of color. If your staple is zombies, vampires etc this is a book for you. Crisp writing in general and plot twists by writers such as Lori Titus, Valjeanne Jeffers, Crystal Connors, and Nina Polina just to name a few are for the readers enjoyment. Labor [...]


    • EDITOR'S REVIEW:I am honored to have been on board as the editor of this project, and to have been one of the first people to read the wonderful variety of stories in this book, all written by black women, most staring a black woman, and all prominently featuring black women as important parts of the narrative, not background or set dressing. Black Magic Women is part of an important movement to showcase and uplift black women who write horror.As the editor, for me, the stories that stood out th [...]






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