Posts Tagged "maurice broaddus"

Maurice Broaddus becomes Apex Magazine Nonfiction Editor

by on Apr 2, 2018 in Blog | 0 comments

I am pleased to announce that Maurice Broaddus has accepted the position of nonfiction editor for Apex Magazine! Maurice is a prolific and well-regarded author who works in a multitude of genres. He is also the Apex Magazine reprints editor and now wears two hats for our publication....

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Not Here to Check Boxes

by on Apr 4, 2017 in Nonfiction | 1 comment

A few months ago, Jason Sizemore approached me about guest-editing an issue of Apex Magazine. I was a little suspicious of the timing as it came soon after the release of the Fireside Report which concluded (shockingly!) that the marginalization of black people is still a huge problem in...

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Maurice Broaddus to guest edit an issue of Apex Magazine

by on Sep 15, 2016 in Blog | 0 comments

We are thrilled to announce that Maurice Broaddus will be guest editing an issue of Apex Magazine in 2017. Maurice and Apex have a long standing working relationship. He co-edited both Dark Faith and Dark Faith: Invocations with Jerry Gordon, co-wrote Orgy of Souls with Wrath James...

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Interview with Author Maurice Broaddus

by on Oct 14, 2015 in Nonfiction | 0 comments

Maurice Broaddus is a successful novelist and prolific short fiction author of science fiction, fantasy, and horror. I would argue that he’s one of the more successful African-American male authors writing genre fiction today. Angry Robot Books recently published his Kingmaker...

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Super Duper Fly

by on Oct 13, 2015 in Short Fiction | 1 comment

4,000 Words Author Introduction THE MAGICAL NEGRO—It’s easy to believe that this trope came from a good place or at least rose out of benign neglect. After all, a white writer is “writing what they know” or appealing to their target demographic, which is typically people like them, but...

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