top of page

THE YEAR'S BEST AFRICAN SPECULATIVE FICTION VOLUME THREE: CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS 

iStock-1179603987_edited.jpg

The Year's Best African Speculative Fiction Volume Three anthology is now open to submissions until the March 31, 2024.

This next volume of the series covers works originally published in 2023. It will be published with a release date of late 2024 under the Caezik SF & Fantasy imprint( Arc Manor).

Editors for this volume are Oghenechovwe Donald Ekpeki and Chinaza Eziaghighala (bio coming soon).

GUIDELINES

 

We welcome submissions of all reprint works of speculative fiction, from any genres and sub genres, including fantasy, dark fantasy, science fiction, horror and genre blends, up to 17,500 words, published by Africans or authors of African descent in 2023. This means all flash, short story, and novelette fiction is eligible, if the rest of the parameters are met.

 

Send your submissions as a Word document file with your name, country of origin, email address, word length, first publication date and venue, to yearsbestafricansfv3@gmail.com

 

We will be receiving submissions until midnight 31 March 2024, US Pacific time.

 

Authors will be paid 2c per word in USD for a reprint story. Poems will be paid a flat rate of $17.00.

EDITORS

IMG_20220805_111809.jpg

Oghenechovwe Donald Ekpeki is an African speculative fiction writer, editor & publisher in Nigeria. He has won the Nommo award twice, and an Otherwise and British Fantasy award. His novelette “02 Arena” won the Nebula award, and is a Hugo award finalist, making him the first African to be a Nebula best novelette winner and Hugo best novelette finalist. The thought-provoking piece was also a finalist for British Science Fiction, British Fantasy and Nommo awards. He edits The Year's Best African Speculative Fiction anthology series, which he's the first African Hugo award best editor finalist for Volume One. He’s the first BIPOC to be a Hugo award finalists in fiction and editing categories in the same year, and The Year's Best African Speculative Fiction Volume One anthology he edited and published is also a Locus, British Fantasy and World Fantasy award finalist. His works of fiction and non-fiction have appeared, and are forthcoming, in Asimov's, Tordotcom, Uncanny Magazine, Strange Horizons, Apex Magazine, Galaxy's Edge, and more. He co-edited the Dominion anthology, Africa Risen anthology, and is a guest of honour at the forthcoming 2022 Cancon and 2023 International Conference for the Fantastic In The Arts (ICFA).

An Imprint of Arc Manor

www.arcmanorbooks.com

bottom of page