Tiptree Fellowship Winners selected!
Walidah Imarisha presented a shortened version of her Oregon Black history program at the PDXTalks, held Oct. 23rd at Portland State University. You can watch it here:
You can listen to the June 15th, 2015 Portland Octavia's Brood book release event, held at the Independent Publishing Resource Center and featuring Walidah Imarisha, Gabriel Teodros and David Walker. It was recorded and aired on KBOO community radio:
Listen to the Seattle Public Library' podcast of the Octavia's Brood event there on Aug. 26th, featuring Octavia's Brood co-editor Walidah Imarisha and contributor Gabriel Teodros:
Walidah and her Octavia's Brood co-editor adrienne maree brown participated on a panel on sci fi and organizing at the historic Ferguson is the Future Black science fiction and social change symposium Sept. 14, 2015 at Princeton University. You can watch all of the panels here (Walidah is on the third):
Walidah Imarisha wrote the introduction to political prisoner Jalil Muntaqim's new book of poetry and essays, Escaping the Prism, available now.
Octavia’s Brood Events as Saquan
The 73rd World Science Fiction Convention
August 19-23, 2015