Author Archives: dohlman

About dohlman

K. Ceres Wright is the author of Cog. Her short stories, articles, and poetry have appeared in Hazard Yet Forward; Genesis: An Anthology of Black Science Fiction; Many Genres, One Craft; 2008 Rhysling Anthology; Diner Stories: Off the Menu; and Far Worlds. Contact her on Twitter: @KCeresWright

Join Us at Balticon This Weekend

Hi Everyone!!  This Weekend we are at Balticon!  Below is where each DWASF member will be. Come out and join us we would love to hear from you!! [..]

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Hugo Award Nomination!!

Hi Everyone! Luminescent Threads: Connections to Octavia E Butler  an anthology that celebrates Butler’s life is on the list for the Hugo Awards!  My letter to the Queen of Afrofuturism [..]

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Pic from AwesomeCon!!

Hi Everyone! I had a great time at AwesomeCon this year!! I loved seeing the cosplayers do their thing at this wonderful event!!  

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On the Road to AwesomeCon!!

Great News!! DWASF will have a panel at AwesomeCon on March 31 at 7:00 pm EST at the DC Convention Center ! The topic will be all things [..]

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The Women of Wakanda!

Hi Everyone! As we all know, Black Panther had so many stellar and terrific moments. One of them was the powerful roll women played in that movie. I [..]

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VideoCast With Claire Nelson For Futures Forum Live!

  February was Black History Month however, as a speculative fiction author, I am interested in the future history of Black America. Watch this powerful videocast of Claire [..]

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Microphones of Madness!

Check out Microphones of Madness’s audio review of “Of Sound Mind and Body”. My contribution to the Horror Anthology Sycorax’s Daughters! (Starts at the 6:40 mark)     [..]

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Sycorax’s Daughters Making Waves!

Good Afternoon Everyone!! Make sure you grab your copy of Sycorax’s Daughter! A horror anthology which contains short stories, poetry, and book excerpts from Black women horror writers! [..]

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Thief Hunters of Samarind

Thief Hunters of Samarind by Kathleen McClure and K. Ceres Wright Part 1 Samarind, Elas How had it all gone so wrong? Jumping through the—thankfully open—window of the [..]

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Get Ready, CyberFunkateers!

I’ve been a fan of cyberpunk since I first discovered it in 2003. Yeah, I was 20 years behind the times, but I didn’t care. I felt a [..]

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