Dominion Anthology eligibility list

Dominion is the first ever anthology of Speculative fiction and poetry to call for and publish works of fiction and poetry by some of the finest speculative fiction writers from both Africa and the African diaspora. The anthology contains 13 works from 12 writers; 12 fiction pieces and a poem. It also has an introduction from Tananarive Due. Dominion Anthology contains original works; one novella, two novelettes  and six short stories. The novella, Ife-Iyoku, Tale of Imadeyunuagbon is free to read here. It also contains reprints; a novelette and two short stories. The anthology is available for purchase in all formats and most of the online book stores here.

Eligible for Awards:

Firstly, the two editors, Zelda Knight and Oghenechovwe Donald Ekpeki are eligible for the Hugo awards Best Editor, short form category

The anthology itself is eligible for the anthology category in the Bram Stoker Award and the World Fantasy Award.

Ife-Iyoku, Tale of Imadeyunuagbon by Oghenechovwe Donald Ekpeki, an 18k word Africanfuturistic, sci-fi, dark fantasy novella, which is available to read for free here is eligible for the Hugo, Nebula, WFA, Locus and Nommo awards, novella category. Also, the Bram Stoker, BSFA, BFA awards, the long fiction category

Convergence in Chorus Architecture by Dare Segun Falowo – Hugo, Nebula, WFA, Locus awards in the novelette category, Nommo in the short fiction category, Bram Stoker, BSFA, and BFA in the in the long fiction category.

Satellite Charmer by Mame Bougouma Diene – Hugo, Nebula, WFA, Locus awards in the novelette category, Nommo in the short fiction category, Bram Stoker, BSFA, and BFA in the in the long fiction category.

A Mastery of German by Marian Denise Moore – eligible for the Hugo, Nebula, Locus, Nommo, BSFA, awards in the short fiction category.

Thresher of Men by Michael Boatman – eligible for the Hugo, Nebula, WFA, Locus, Nommo, BFA, Bram Stoker awards in the short fiction category.

Trickin by Nicole Givens Kurtz – eligible for the Hugo, Nebula, WFA, Locus, Nommo, BFA, Bram Stoker awards in the short fiction category.

Red_Bati by Dilman Dila – eligible for the Hugo, Nebula, Locus, Nommo, BSFA, awards in the short fiction category.

To Say Nothing of Lost Figurines by Rafeeat Aliyu – eligible for the Hugo, Nebula, WFA, Locus, Nommo, BSFA, BFA, awards in the short fiction category.

Clanfall, Death of Kings by Odida Nyabundi – eligible for the Hugo, Nebula, WFA, Locus, Nommo, BSFA, awards in the short fiction category.

Emily by Marian Denise Moore – The poem Emily is eligible for the Rhysling award, best short form category.

The Dominion Anthology was listed as one of the Top New Fantasy Anthologies in 2020 by Den of Geek, and you can see reviews of it from LitReactor, Quicksip reviews, etc here.

It also has blurbs…

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