Nalo Hopkinson, (though a web search reveals her to be a relative new author), seems to have made her unique mark on Science Fiction largely because that voice is grounded in the rhythms, myths, and vernacular of Caribbean and Creole cultures. I mean, she is clearly not the only Science Fiction author to bring a recognizable contemporary culture other than American-flavored Caucasian to the SciFi stage, but let's face it: Name another SciFi writer of African heritage besides Delaney and Butler.
By drawercat - Posted on 15 April 2008 - 9:31pm.
By Scott_of_the_Sahara - Posted on 27 February 2008 - 10:14am.
My reaction to Lilith's Brood after just reading the title was to think, "Lilith!