thesmithian:

…imbued with the urgency and expansive scope of imagination that we’ve come to expect from the best of science fiction. Salaam takes us to distant places but makes them familiar in unsettling ways, ably transforming the fantastic into a mirror through which we can examine—and reckon with—our own struggles.

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thesmithian:


…imbued with the urgency and expansive scope of imagination that we’ve come to expect from the best of science fiction. Salaam takes us to distant places but makes them familiar in unsettling ways, ably transforming the fantastic into a mirror through which we can examine—and reckon with—our own struggles.

more.

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    Will purchase.
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    Author Kiini Ibura Salaam’s story “Debris” read on OCTAVIA CITY tonight www.gtownradio.com
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