Walidah is listed in this Motherboard article about women pushing boundaries in science and tech, right next to Mae Jemison, the first Black woman in space.
Walidah was interviewed for a CNN article about Octavia Butler, her legacy, and vision.
Celebrating Octavia Butler: A visionary among futurists
Octavia's Brood and Walidah Imarisha are the last entry on this timeline of Black sci fi history, that starts in 1859
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Walidah was interviewed on Al-Jazeera's online show The Stream on sci fi and social change. You can watch the video here:
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Walidah Imarisha does an interview on No One is Illegal Radio about her Octavia's Brood keynote at the Montreal Cultural Shock Conference Nov. 7:
Octavia's Brood received a positive review in the December 2015 issue of Fantasy and Science Fiction Magazine.
You can purchase the physical magazine to read the entire review:
"The talent on display is remarkable... Their passionate voices demand and deserve to be heard; the fervor and confidence and power of their imaginations ensure that they will be."