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Book Title: Possibilities: A State of Black SF Flash Fiction Anthology|
The author of the book: Alicia McCalla
Date of issue: November 6th 2012
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State of Black SF authors have created a flash fiction anthology that opens imagination to the idea of what Black speculative fiction can become… What’s the flash fiction prompt? A mystical bracelet. Specially created Black SF images along with the 500-word super short stories are morsels of raw potential. Join artist Winston Blakely and authors L.M. Davis, Milton Davis, Margaret Fieland, Edward Austin Hall, Valjeanne Jeffers, Alan Jones, Alicia McCalla, Balogun Ojetade, Rasheedah Phillips, Wendy Raven McNair, and Nicole Sconiers as they endeavor to explore the possibilities of Black SF in the broad ranges of Science Fiction from Paranormal to Steampunk. Readers will see the immense possibilities of Black SF.
Introduction by L.M. Davis
“Opening” by Edward Austin Hall
“The Mathematical Genius” by Alicia McCalla
“Color Blind” by Alan Jones
“Possibilities” by L.M. Davis
“Amazon in Atlanta” by Milton Davis
“The Eternals” by Wendy Raven McNair
“Soulless Cargo” by Balogun Ojetade
“Ouroboros Rising” by Thaddeus Howze
“The Family Circle” by Rasheedah Phillips
“Set Him Free” by Valjeanne Jeffers
“Neck Less” by Margaret Fieland
“The Scarlet Bracelet” by Nicole Sconiers
“Closing” by Edward Austin Hall
Remarks from the Editor by Alicia McCalla
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Read information about the authorIt took thirty years for Alicia to accept her calling as a writer of “unusual stories.” Always writing edgy tales that pushed the envelope. She learned to hide her violent, controversial, heart-pumping,and tragically romantic stories from family and friends.
It wasn’t until she joined a writing organization that she began to share her stories openly and take the plunge. Alicia writes for both new adults and adults with her brand of multicultural supernatural thrillers, urban fantasy, paranormal, and horror. Her stories always include strong women heroines who fight back, sometimes to the death.
Alicia’s influences include Octavia Butler, LA Banks, Faith Hunter, Patricia Briggs and Laurell K Hamilton.
Alicia is an activist in the movement towards diversifying Science fiction and Fantasy (#diversityinSFF). She created the first “State of Black Science Fiction 2012″ blog tour, is an active member in the State of Black Science Fiction FaceBook group and has a ScoopIt page where she actively curates topics related to Afrofuturism, Black Science Fiction, Black Speculative fiction and Multicultural Science Fiction.
Alicia is a native Detroiter who currently resides in metro Atlanta. She works as a media specialist or school librarian in a local school district. Alicia enjoys spending time with her husband and son.
Her adult series mixes African-American women’s fiction with dark urban fantasy. Check out the African Elemental series. Sign-up on www.aliciamccalla.com for free downloads, e-updates, sneak peeks, and coupons.