Dominion: An Anthology Of Speculative Fiction From Africa and the African Diaspora launched on the 17th of August 2020, as scheduled. The anthology following in the tradition of themed anthologies that cater to particular topics and demographics is the first of its kind, an Anthology of speculative fiction and poetry from Africa and the African diaspora.
If features fourteen creators. Two editors, Zelda Knight, and Oghenechovwe Donald. And an Introduction by Tananarive Due. Followed by works ranging from poetry, short stories, to novelettes, to a novella by 13 writers, one of which is the co-editor.
The following, some of the most illustrious and promising writers in Africa and the diaspora had works in the Anthology. Nicole Givens Kurtz, Dilman Dila, Eugen Bacon, Nuzo Onoh, Marian Denise Moore, Dare Segun Falowo, Rafeeat Aliyu, Suyi Davies Okungbowa, Odida Nyabundi, Mame Bougouma Diene, Michael Boatman, and Ekpeki Oghenechovwe Donald.
The works range in genre from horror, to fantasy to science fiction. Afrofuturism, Africanfuturism, and countless other subgenres of speculative fiction are explored in the anthology.
The anthology is available in ebook format, in most of the major ebook stores.
And is available for purchase on the publisher’s website, Aurelia Leo in ebook, paper and hardback, the latter delivered through Amazon and Ingram. You can add the anthology on Goodreads, where you will find reviews. It also has reviews from some of our favourite SFF and industry reviewers like Litreactor, Tangent Online, Quicksip reviews, AC Wise and others. As well as promotional blurbs from Cat Rambo, Tobias Buckell, Geoff Ryman, Pat Cadigan, and more, which you can find here.
You can get a sample the anthology with the co-editor/contributor Oghenechovwe Donald Ekpeki’s 18k word Africanfuturistic novella Ife-Iyoku, Tale of Imadeyunuagbon, which you can read for free here.
Also launching alongside the Dominion Anthology, is volume one, issue one of companion magazine, the Invictus Quarterly. The Invictus Quarterly is an illustrated mag with stories featuring queer protagonists and persons of colour set fantastical worlds. You can get it here.
Then there’s the Anansi the Spider hard enamel pin, which you can get here