Black Fantasy Authors

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Are you looking to diversify your bookshelf by finding new fantasy books by Black authors? Here are some links to great reading lists. Entries by Black Authors in SPFBO 6…

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#SPFBO Review: Windwalker: Forbidden Flight

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Winged raptors, deadly sand-warriors, and a rebellious girl who breaks all the rules. Sixteen-year-old Kiva Fariq has always dreamed of soaring on the four-winged raptors that scour the desert skies.…

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SPFBO Review: A Triad in Three Acts

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"Your Path is muddy, Kelnaht, but don't think avoiding the puddles will make it easier to travel."Kelnaht, a cloud elf, is a truth seeker caught between love and faith, when…

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SPFBO 5 Review: Catalyst Moon: Incursion

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Mages, held captive since magic first manifested in the world, seek to break their chains. Sentinels, warriors with an unnatural immunity to magic, are oathbound to keep the magic-users prisoner…

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#SPFBO Review: Fear the Wolf

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In Senla Nora’s village, the children are raised to remember one thing above all else: "Fear the Wolf." To fear the Wolf is to know your place. To fear the…

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Review: Bloodless Assassin

An assassin with a fear of blood.A street girl with a big mouth. They can’t really be the city’s only hope? When Rory discovers Longinus’s blood phobia, she makes him a…

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Tokenism and Other Problems of Diversity

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I was recently sent a review request for a fantasy novel that I thought I would enjoy. However, the racism inherent in the story’s premise made it impossible for me…

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