Slipping has been in included in South African Speculative Fiction magazine Omenana! Amazing to see the short story alongside some incredible SA writers. Thank you guest editor Wole Talabi for including Slipping in the Issue 24 anthology.
“Today we will be visiting 5 original stories, 2 reprint stories, and 2 essays. […] from science fiction work by established names like Lauren Beukes to horror, fantasy and even experimental work by newer, talented authors like Rešoketšwe Manenzhe”
“You will encounter a bit of everything, from science fiction work by established names like Lauren Beukes to horror, fantasy and even experimental work by newer, talented authors like Rešoketšwe Manenzhe, as well as some fascinating discussions between other locals of the district about its history and architecture, and a lot more in between. Keep your eyes open.” – from the editorial introduction to Issue 24 written by Omenana writers.
Omenana is a tri-monthly magazine, publishing boundary-pushing, mould-breaking speculative fiction from writers across Africa and the African Diaspora.
“Omenana is the Igbo word for divinity – it also loosely translates as “culture” – and embodies our attempt to recover our wildest stories.” – from Omenana’s About page.
Image credit: From Omenana Speculative Fiction Magazine artist not named. Omenana Speculative Fiction Magazine is published quarterly by Seven Hills Media.