If you are in the Atlanta area, you should definitely visit the Nubia One Fest at the Auburn Avenue Research Library on June 17 at 1:00 pm. Admission is free and the list of artists, authors, and vendors is phenomenal!
Come out and meet a plethora of talented creatives that you might have never knew existed. Atlanta is a mecca of talent, filled with exceptional people. I’m only beginning to meet a few since relocating to the area.
Do not forget to attend the informative panel discussions as well. I’ll be a panelist for the Black Women in Speculative Fiction panel. Have a seat and join the conversation!
More about the Nubia One Fest:
NubiaOne is the next level of Black Speculative Fiction – a multi-media platform focusing on the development and distribution of Black Speculative Fiction entertainment. The platform consists of various social media sites, including the NubiaOne Channel, which will soon feature original short and feature films and webseries.
NubiaOne has partnered with the Auburn Avenue Research Library on African American Culture and History to bring you a full day of Black Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horror created by – and about – heroes and sheroes of Afrikan descent.
NubiaOne Fest features dynamic, educational, entertaining and interactive panel discussions and workshops, an art exhibit, cosplay photoshoot sessions, and vendors of comic books, novels, Afrikan artifacts and maybe even gourmet pot pie, vegan chocolate cake and other goodies.
For more information, please visit the NubiaOne Facebook Page.
I hope to see you there!