A varied collection of distinct voices.
Afrocentric Books presents twelve tales that will transport you from Regency England to Post-Apocalyptic Africa. From the lofty branches of a mythical tree to the depths of the underworld, Afromyth explores fantastical worlds through the eyes of characters of indigenous African descent.
In Kenya, a man transforms into a lion, while in the antebellum United States, women transform into birds. Spring forward to the present and find a leprechaun in Alabama. And somewhere, in another world, a woman communes with a goddess.
Each story is unique.Each story is a step away from mainstream Speculative Fiction. Journey into an adventure of epic proportions, as authors of various cultural backgrounds unite under an Afrocentric theme. This collection promises something for everyone.
Afrocentric Books presents the second installment in the Afromyth Fantasy Series. These fourteen stories will take you from the American antebellum South, where an African god searches for his voice, to the far-flung future, where a caravan of ships makes harbor in a Saharan sea. With the help of ancestral magic, a young boy learns what it takes to be a warrior, while a young girl learns to be a goddess.
Afromyth Volume 2 is an eclectic collection of tales whose fantasy themes run the gamut from romance to horror, including stories of a healer who unlocks an ancient power, a woman who rides the gods, and a god who rides a bike. Explore new worlds through the eyes of characters of indigenous African descent.