The Los Alamos Public Library System invites the community to an upcoming cycle of Library Conversations on speculative fiction.
Participate on Zoom for a series of short story discussions around the theme of Afrofuturism in science fiction.
The discussion will cover some current Afrofuturism, Afro-Retro-Futurism, a classic Afrofuturist story, and a winner of the Nommo Award presented by the African Speculative Fiction Society.
The program also will introduce some further resources for engaging with Afrofuturism on one’s own time.
Discussions are at 7 p.m. July 23, Aug. 6, Aug. 20 and Sept. 3 on Zoom. Visit https://tinyurl.com/ycolc3nu to get the links to the Zoom meeting and to each of the stories we will be discussing, as well as to see more information on Afrofuturism.
Library Conversations is a continuing series of virtual gatherings for adults, during which talks occur about short stories, book excerpts, and watching short videos on topics of interest. Subjects this quarter range from anti-racism to hiking and beyond.