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PRE-ORDER - midnight & indigo: Twenty-two Speculative Stories by Black Women Writers (Pub Date: 10/31/20)
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midnight & indigo celebrates Black women writers with this Speculative fiction special 3rd issue of their literary journal.

From basements to highways, small towns to new worlds, emerging and established storytellers share tales of fear and discovery, redemption, and resistance.

Contributors include:
Kylah Balthazar | Kalynn Bayron | Michele Tracy Berger | Tara Betts | Changu Chiimbwe | Addie Citchens | Jennifer Coley | Tracy Cross | Lyndsey Ellis | Nicole Givens Kurtz | Taliyah Jarrett | Silk Jazmyne | Michelle Renee Lane | Candice Lola | Joy Monaè | Cheree’ Noel |
Endria Richardson | Ravynn K. Stringfield | Malissa White | Kanyla Wilson | Jade T. Woodridge | Nicole Young


IN THIS ISSUE

Black girls are disappearing in broad daylight in the woods of Kent County. A new tea shoppe in a gentrifying neighborhood sells a mysterious concoction. French tourists, seeking to get out of New Orleans during a hurricane, encounter a stultified writer. A woman befriends a strange creature in a wishing well off Fordham Road.

A babysitter learns that a father keeps monsters in the basement. What could be scarier than monsters in the basement? A zombie fighter runs into the worst creature imaginable: a teenage boy. Terror ensues as villagers hunt for a witch on the run. A niece makes dresses for her aunt, a singer accused of cannibalism by their church.

As a Zambian girl’s supernatural powers grow, so do complications with the organization that can help her control them. Radiation levels spike on a dying Earth, and it’s only a matter of time until life dies along with it. On Millennium, everything will be okay—right?

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