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Post-Cyber Feminist Internationalvectoreditors2017Glitch @ Night - BBZ London, photo Mark-Blower, no24Black Feminism and Post-Cyber Feminism, photoMark-Blower, no27What Can Post-Cyber Feminism Do For Reproductive Justice, photo Mark-Blower, no 36Glitch @ Night - Victoria Sin, photo Mark-Blower, no4Laboria Cuboniks. Image courtesy Diann Bauercyberfeminism

Mon, 20 Nov 2017 22:30:26 +0000

Post-Cyber Feminist International, Glitch@Night BBZ London (Photo: Mark Blower) ‘A particularly gendered set of obstacles emerges from the contemporary ubiquity and commodification of the digital sphere. From sexual harassment and privacy to issues surrounding divisions of labour, the progress of gender justice has in some ways failed to keep pace with the dizzying velocity of … Continue reading Post-Cyber Feminist International (image)


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Nommo Awards 2017vectoreditors2017Nommo_Winners

Thu, 16 Nov 2017 21:49:43 +0000

Congratulations! to Tade Thompson, the winner of the 2017 Nommo award for best novel, ‘Rosewater’ reviewed in Vector BEST NOVEL: The Ilube Award Tade Thompson for ‘Rosewater’; BEST NOVELLA: Nnedi Okorafor for ‘Binti’; BEST SHORT STORY: (Tied) Lesley Nneka Arimah with ‘Who will Greet You at Home’ and Tendai Huchu with ‘The Marriage Plot; BEST COMIC OR GRAPHIC … Continue reading Nommo Awards 2017 (image)


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The Hour Between Dog & Wolf: Jeff Noon interviewed by Matthew De Abaituavectoreditors2017Matthew De Abaitua, Andrew Wallace, and Jeff NoonCover of VurtCover of A Man of Shadows

Tue, 14 Nov 2017 22:25:39 +0000

The BSFA holds regular events in London, usually on the last Wednesday of the month, at the Artillery Arms near Old Street. These events are free, and open to members and non-members alike. Keep an eye on the BSFA website for news of future events. In August 2017, Matthew De Abaitua interviewed Jeff Noon, author … Continue reading The Hour Between Dog & Wolf: Jeff Noon interviewed by Matthew De Abaitua (image)


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From the BSFA Review: The Trials of Apollovectoreditors2017trial1trial2

Fri, 10 Nov 2017 21:34:16 +0000

The Hidden Oracle, Book One of The Trials of Apollo series by Rick Riordan (Disney Hyperion, 2016) The Dark Prophecy, Book Two of The Trials of Apollo series by Rick Riordan (Disney Hyperion, 2017) Reviewed by Christopher Owen Winner of the 2016 Goodreads Choice Awards: Middle Grade and Children’s, The Hidden Oracle begins the next adventures … Continue reading From the BSFA Review: The Trials of Apollo (image)


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Sometimes a spaceship is just a spaceship: Lavie Tidhar interviewed by Konrad Walewskivectoreditors2017laviea manosama

Sat, 04 Nov 2017 23:42:38 +0000

The British Science Fiction Association holds regular events in London, usually on the last Wednesday of the month, at the Artillery Arms near Old Street. These events are free, and open to members and non-members alike. Keep an eye on the BSFA website for news of future events. In September, award-winning author Lavie Tidhar was … Continue reading Sometimes a spaceship is just a spaceship: Lavie Tidhar interviewed by Konrad Walewski (image)


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From Our Archive: Nisi Shawlvectoreditors2017Everfair coverfledglingFaustmidnight robber1darkmatterthewave

Sun, 29 Oct 2017 13:25:55 +0000

This article first appeared in Vector 247. Colourful Stories Fantastic Fiction by African Descended Authors, by Nisi Shawl So rich a sea, so broad the currents … in exploring fantastic literature by African-descended authors, where do we start? “Begin at the beginning” is standard advice for writers. “Begin where you are” is more my style. … Continue reading From Our Archive: Nisi Shawl (image)


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From the BSFA Review: That Bastard Wonderland by Lee Harrisonvectoreditors2017bastar

Wed, 25 Oct 2017 10:18:42 +0000

That Bastard Wonderland by Lee Harrison (Wrecking Ball Press, 2016) Reviewed by Arike Oke You can take the lads out of Hull, but you can’t take Hull out of the lads. That’s okay, I’m a daughter of Hull myself. That means I appreciate the dourness, sarcasm and bittersweet melancholy of my home, all of which come … Continue reading From the BSFA Review: That Bastard Wonderland by Lee Harrison (image)


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From Our Archive: Judith Berman on Cultural Appropriationvectoreditors2017Bear_Daughter

Sat, 21 Oct 2017 23:39:53 +0000

Bears, Bombs and Popcorn Some considerations when mining other cultures for source materials, by Judith Berman [The cover] painting is a made-up decoration merely done in Pacific Northwest style … meant to say to a reader “This novel is based on the mythology of the Pacific Northwest,” just as covers for other kinds of fantasy … Continue reading From Our Archive: Judith Berman on Cultural Appropriation (image)


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Visions of Space: An Interview with David A. Hardyvectoreditors2017Initiation of Akasa_F&SFStellar RadianceKristalMountain Grill_Portals_compComet ProbeEnigmaF&SF- EnigmaBhen on Mars v1Bhen 15New Horizons at Pluto.jpgTwo Worlds 15

Wed, 18 Oct 2017 22:23:14 +0000

By Alex Storer. Any science fiction or space art aficionado should instantly recognise the name David A. Hardy – perhaps from the early part of his career working with Sir Patrick Moore on The Sky at Night and their award-winning books, including Challenge of the Stars and Futures / 50 Years in Space, or perhaps … Continue reading Visions of Space: An Interview with David A. Hardy (image)


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Jeremy Shaw’s ‘Liminals’pl202jeremy

Fri, 13 Oct 2017 21:22:52 +0000

Jeremy Shaw’s Liminals can be seen at The Store Studios 180 The Strand, until 10th of December 2017. It is the first off-site exhibition by Berlin based KÖNIG Galerie and forms part of their recent expansion to London. Liminals, a work of Vancouver-born artist Jeremy Shaw, takes the form of a fictional documentary made not more than … Continue reading Jeremy Shaw’s ‘Liminals’ (image)


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