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Our tri-annual lit mag is dedicated to short stories and narrative essays written by Black women writers. To date, issues feature works by 100+ emerging and established storytellers across the U.S., Africa, the Caribbean, Europe, Canada, Asia, and Australia.
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PUBLICATION DATE: OCTOBER 31, 2023
From a mysterious swamp to a haunted highway, new wishes granted to past lives revisited, 18 Black women writers across the U.S., Africa, the Caribbean, and Europe share tales in which secrets are exposed, mysteries unravel, and the human spirit shines in unexpected, often supernatural ways.
midnight & indigo celebrates Black women writers with the third Speculative fiction special issue of our literary journal.
Fatima Abdullahi | Camilla Andrew | Azure Arther |
Megan Baffoe | A.A. Blair | Kayla Cayasso | Jasmine Griffin | Elnora Gunter | Ashley J. Hobbs | Jennifer E. Jones |
Toni Jones | RJ Joseph | Hou Rhyder | Lorraine Rice | Nortina Simmons | Karla Tiffany | Oubria Tronshaw | Desiree Winns
Dimensions: 5.5 x 0.69 x 8.5 inches
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With an emphasis on short fiction, essay writing, classes and writing workshops, provides space for Black women writers to share their narratives with the world. We exist to make a meaningful contribution to the rich Black literary tradition while providing a platform to elevate our voices. In addition to our bi-annual print publication, we publish online. We are Black and woman-owned.
“No black woman writer in this culture can write "too much." Indeed, no woman writer can write "too much."
No woman has ever written enough.”
― bell hooks
From haunted houses to spaceships, old worlds to new phenomena, nineteen emerging and established Black storytellers share tales of fear and discovery, redemption, and resistance.
Ugochi Agoawike | Leah Andelsmith | Tara Baldridge | Erin Brown | Lynn Brown | Ozzie M. Gartrell | Wednesday Herron | Davida Kilgore | Juliana Lamy | Jesica Lovelace | Ellen McBarnette | Mary McLaughlin Slechta | Chantel Melendez | Frances Ogamba | Jasmyne K. Rogers | Wendy Shaia | Sama Sherman | Bria Strothers | Desirée Winns