The articles by Polina Levontin and Robert S Malan have been nominated for the BSFA Awards.

“The Evolution of African Fantasy and Science Fiction” is the second Call for Papers of Academia Lunare, the non-fiction arm of Luna Press Publishing.

These papers explore the theme through the emergence of African SFF, the forces shaping its development down the ages, and the dangers of expectations. We also examine its effect on literature and portrayals in popular entertainment.


"On the Emergence of African Science Fiction" By Peter J. Maurits

"Forces Shaping the Development of South African speculative fiction down the ages" By Nick Wood

"The Dangers of Expectation in African Speculative Fiction" By Ezeiyoke Chukwunonso

"Scientists in Nigerian Science Fiction" By Polina Levontin

"Portrayals of South Africans in Popular Entertainment: Bad Accented Baddies, Prawns and Black Panther" By Robert S. Malan

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