Join Us for a Ki Khanga RPG Session on Dec. 7!

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Midwest BSFA is organizing a game of Ki Khanga, the sword and soul role-playing game created by Georgia-based authors Milton Davis and Balogun Ojetade from 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. on Thursday, Dec. 7, at the St.Bernard branch of the Public Library of Cincinnati & Hamilton County (10 McClelland Ave., Cinci 45217). Read up on the game here and be ready for some fun!

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Midwest BSFA Co-Founder at Motor City Black Age of Comics on Nov. 18

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Want to get into steampunk but not sure where to start? Aiesha of Midwest Black Speculative Fiction Alliance will discuss steampunk as it pertains to people of color and lead a steampunk character building workshop at the Motor City Black Age of Comics in Detroit! Nov. 18, 11 a.m.-6 p.m., Wayne State University Student Center Ballroom, 5221 Gullen Mall, Detroit, MI 48202, http://www.facebook.com/motorcityblackageofcomics

October’s Black Sci-Fi Book Club: “At the Village Vanguard (Ruminations on Blacktopia)”

author-editor-maurice-broaddusJoin us on Twitter for the next Black Sci-Fi Book Club from 6:30-8:30 p.m. EST on Tuesday, Oct. 31! We’ll be discussing Maurice Broaddus’ “At the Village Vanguard (Ruminations on Blacktopia),” which was posted on the website of Mothership Zeta digtial magazine earlier this year. Click here to read the story and use the hashtag #blackscifibookclub to give your thoughts!

Check Out Midwest BSFA at Hero Nation on Sept. 9!

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Want to get into steampunk but not sure where to start? Aiesha of Midwest Black Speculative Fiction Alliance will discuss the film short Steamfunk and Rococoa: A Black Victorian Fantasy (steampunk as it pertains to people of color) and lead a steampunk character building workshop at the Hero Nation event in Ypslanti, Mich., next month! Hero Nation-Ypslanti, Sept. 9, 1-6 p.m., Parkridge Community Center, 591 Armstrong Dr., Ypsilanti, MI 48197, www.heronationypsi.com.

Upcoming What Does the Future Look Like? Events

dezeen_Afrofuture-at-la-Rinascente2aMidwest BSFA is hosting/co-hosting a series of workshops in preparation for a February art showcase on Afrofuturism. We’re pegging the showcase for Black History Month because as a society, we always talk about the past experiences of African-Americans during that month, but with this event, we’d like to focus on their futures. What Does the Future Look Like? will give kids, teens and young adults the chance to show us their interpretations of what the future looks like for black people.  Read More