Afrofuturism explores voices that traditionally have been erased to provide a map through the past and present with an eye toward a better future.

A Blade So Black (2018)

by L.L. McKinney

The Black God's Drums (2018)

by P. Djèlí Clark

Everfair (2016)

by Nisi Shawl

An Unkindness of Ghosts (2017)

by Rivers Solomon

The Prey of Gods (2017)

by Nicky Drayden

Bingo Love (2018)

by Tee Franklin

Friday Black (2018)

by Nana Kwame Adjei-Brenyah

Elysium (2014)

by Jennifer Marie Brissett

Love Is the Drug (2014)

by Alaya Dawn Johnson

Orleans (2013)

by Sherri L. Smith

Saga (2012)

by Brian K. Vaughan

Akata Witch (2011)

by Nnedi Okorafor

Midnight Robber (2000)

by Nalo Hopkinson

Big Machine (2009)

by Victor LaValle

Blood Colony (2008)

by Tananarive Due

In War Times (2007)

by Kathleen Ann Goonan

Crystal Rain (2006)

by Tobias S. Buckell

Babel-17 & Empire Star (2001)

by Samuel R. Delaney

Futureland (2001)

by Walter Mosley

Dark Matter (2000)

ed. Sheree R. Thomas

Mama Day (1988)

by Gloria Naylor

The Intuitionist (1999)

by Colson Whitehead

Dirty Computer (2018)

by Janelle Monáe

Electric Arches (2017)

by Eve L. Ewing