Report from Planet Midnight by Nalo Hopkinson
By Nalo Hopkinson
Infused with feminist, Afro-Caribbean perspectives of the technology fiction and myth genres, this number of offbeat and hugely unique works takes objective at race and racism in literature.
In Report from Planet Midnight, on the foreign organization of the glorious within the Arts, an alien addresses the group, comparing Earth's "strange" customs, together with the marginalization of works through nonwhite and feminine writers.
Message in a Bottle exhibits Greg, an American Indian artist, befriending an odd four-year-old who turns out clever past her years. whereas getting ready an exhibition, he discovers that the younger woman is a traveller from the longer term despatched to get well artwork from the far away past—which apparently includes his personal work.
Concluding the e-book with sequence editor Terry Bisson’s Outspoken Interview, Nalo Hopkinson stocks laughs, loves, and top-secret Caribbean spells.
• Message in a Bottle
• Report from Planet Midnight
• Correcting the Balance: Outspoken Interview with Nalo Hopkinson