100 SFFH Books by Black, Indigenous and Women of Colour For All Tastes

There are so many great works of speculative fiction by BIPOC (Black, Indigenous and Women of Colour) women to check out. I have compiled a list of 100 covering numerous different types of stories for different tastes to try.

Women of the Retro Hugos: 1943 and 1944 edition

Note: Fog Magic by Julie Sayer and Child of the Sun by Leigh Brackett were both longlisted, but I have yet to read these. As such I have left them out of the article here. Best Novel 1943: The Uninvited by Dorothy Macardle It is interesting to see a work of gothic horror make theContinue reading “Women of the Retro Hugos: 1943 and 1944 edition”

Dozey’s Journey Through the Meowtiverse: Just Don’t Know What To Do With My Elf

Recommendations by Dozey Hello, I am Dozey! I am travelling the Meowtiverse having great adventures, exploring great writings. Why should humans have all the fun? I have most enjoyed being an elf. I get to jump between the trees, eat grass and play with string and feathers. Not sure why the other elves kept tellingContinue reading “Dozey’s Journey Through the Meowtiverse: Just Don’t Know What To Do With My Elf”

The Broken Earth Series

The Fifth Season N. K. Jemisin Image Credit: Goodreads Review By Debbie Phillips The Fifth Season by N. K. Jemisin is a Hugo award winning novel, which takes place on a planet with a single supercontinent called the Stillness. Every few centuries, its inhabitants endure what they call a "fifth season" of catastrophic climate change.Continue reading “The Broken Earth Series”