BLACK SPECULATIVE FICTION MONTH SPOTLIGHT #15

TODAY’S BLACK SPECULATIVE FICTION MONTH SPOTLIGHT IS LINDA ADDISON!

Linda Addison (photo attached, photo credit Brian J. Addison, my son)

Linda Addison
(photo attached, photo credit Brian J. Addison, my son)

Linda D. Addison grew up in Philadelphia and began weaving stories at an early age. She moved to New York after receiving a bachelor of science in mathematics from Carnegie-Mellon University and has published over 280 poems, stories and articles. Ms Addison is the author of “How To Recognize A Demon Has Become Your Friend” short stories and poetry collection which won her a third Bram Stoker Award(R) (Necon E-Books, 2011) and the first African-American recipient of the world renowned Bram Stoker Award(R). “Dark Duet” (Necon E-Books, 2012), a collaborative book of poetry written with Stephen M. Wilson, was a finalist for HWA Bram Stoker Awards(R).

She was published in “Four Elements”, a collection of prose and poetry published in 2013 by Bad Moon Books, which has four sections, each written by a HWA Bram Stoker winner (Linda Addison, Marge Simon, Rain Graves, and Charlee Jacob).

Ms Addison is the only author with fiction in three landmark anthologies that celebrate African-Americans speculative writers: the award-winning anthology Dark Matter: A Century of Speculative Fiction (Warner Aspect), Dark Dreams (Kensington), and Dark Thirst (Pocket Book).  Her work has made frequent appearances over the years on the honorable mention list for Year’s Best Fantasy and Horror and Year’s Best Science-Fiction.

 

 

BIBLIOGRAPHY

Linda Addison Summary Bibliography

290 Total Publications (246 poems, 23 fiction, 21 non-fiction)

 BOOKS (4)

1-“How To Recognize A Demon Has Become Your Friend”

Short stories and poetry (Necon E-Books, 2011) (How) -received HWA Bram Stoker award® 2011

2-“Being Full of Light, Insubstantial”, 100 poems (Space & Time, 2007) -received HWA Bram Stoker award® 2007

3-“Consumed, Reduced to Beautiful Grey Ashes”, poetry (Space & Time, 2001) -received HWA Bram Stoker award® 2001

4-“Animated Objects”, sf, fantasy, horror poetry & short stories (Space & Time, 1997) (AO)

 Books with others:

5-“Dark Duet” collaborative poetry collection with Stephen M. Wilson (Necon eBooks, 2012); HWA Bram Stoker finalist 2012

6-”The Four Elements” poetry/prose collection with Rain Graves, Charlee Jacob and Marge Simon (Bad Moon Books, 2013)

 POETRY (246) published in (summarized list, see Linda’s site (www.lindaddisonpoet.com for details)

-Magazines: Essence, Asimov’s SF, Star*Line, African Voices, Doorways, Abyss & Apex, Eye to the Telescope

-Anthologies: Dead Cat Bouncing, The Big Book of Necon, Dark Faith, High Stakes (2013)

FICTION (23)

1.            “Night of the Living and Dead”; Outer Darkness mag.

2.            “Little Red in the Hood” (Tomorrow magazine)

3.            “Am I Repeating Myself?” (Outer Darkness magazine)

4.            “Dust to Dust”, (Poison Apple)

5.            “Boo”, (Going Postal anthology, Space & Time)

6.            “One Night At Sheri-Too-Long’s Popcorn Bar”,(AO)

7.            “Just Passing Through”; (AO)

8.            “The Box”; (AO)

9.            “The Christmas Ghost”; Dark Matter magazine

10.          “Homecoming”; More Monsters in Memphis, collaboration with Beecher Smith

11.          “Twice, At Once, Separated”; Sheree Thomas’ Dark Matter anthology, Warner Books

12.          “Excerpts from The Unabridged Traveler’s Guide as UFOs in Galaxy A.G.2” (Scars anthology)

13.          “The Power”; Dark Dreams I (Kensington Publishing Corp)

14.          “Whispers During Still Moments”; Dark Thirst (Pocket Book)

15.          “Milez To Go”; Voices From The Other Side, Dark Dreams II (Kensington Publishing Corp)

16.   “When We Dream Together”; Genesis: An Anthology of Black Science Fiction (Graves Sheffield Publishing)

17.  ” 369 Gates of Hell”, (How)

18.   “Future, Past, Imperfect”, (How)

19    “Artificial Unintelligence”, (How)

20.   “Working Up the Corporate Ladder”, (How)

21.   “Live and Let Live”, (How); 2013 reprinted in Mothership Tales from Afrofuturism and Beyond

22.   “Unrequited”, (How); reprinted in

23.   “Heart Throb”; Slices of Flesh (Dark Moon Books)

NON-FICTION (21)

1.            Nancy Kress interview, (Pirate Writings)

2.            Painfreak by G. Houarner book review, (Pirate Writings)

3.            Painfreak by G. Houarner book review, (Poison Apple)

4.            Pirates of the Universe by T. Bisson book review, (Pirate Writings)

5.            The Orange Cat Bistro by Nancy Linde book review, (Pirate Writings)

6.            Terry Bisson interview, (Pirate Writings)

7.            HWA Stoker Weekend article w/G. Houarner (Hellnotes)

8.            NECON 17 convention article (Hellnotes)

9.            The Wings of Honneamise, video review w/Brian Addison (Space & Time)

10.          Inside the Works by G.Houarner/T.Piccirilli/E.Lee review; (Pirate Writings)

11.          Barry Malzberg interview, (Pirate Writings)

12.          Going Postal review, (Pirate Writings)

13.          KeeneCon 2000 report (DarkEcho)

14.          The Cell movie review, www.feoamante.com

15.          “Never Consumed, Never Reduced” article, Jobs In Hell online

16.          History & My Writing essay, TheAngryBlackWoman blog

17.   Introduction to poetry section in book on Neil Gaiman

18.    Recognizing Demons and Angels” article, HWA newsletter, Blood & Spades column

19.   The Inner Circle, From the Trenches article for HWA Newsletter

20.    Keeping Up, From the Trenches article the HWA Newsletter

21.    How Geek Girls Will Rule the World, interview

BE SURE TO HELP CELEBRATE BLACK SPECULATIVE FICTION MONTH BY CHECKING OUT THE WORK(S) OF THIS WONDERFUL WRITER & REMEMBER TBIYTC!!!

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