Posts Tagged "maurice broaddus"

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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I Can Transform You: The Carmillon

by on Sep 3, 2013 in Short Fiction | 0 comments

This 2500 word snippet is from I Can Transform You, book #2 in our Apex Voices series. Visit for more details about this book. As only a few could afford cars, there were few streets in Old Town, only emergency corridors. Most people made do with either the sidewalks...

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Interview with Brandon Massey

by on Oct 5, 2009 in Interviews | 0 comments

By Maurice Broaddus It’s been a long time since I’ve had a chance to catch up with Brandon Massey. We first met at HorrorFind IV where we were on what was probably the first “black people who write horror” panel. I had two stories published in his (controversial to some) anthology...

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Pimp My Airship

by on Aug 3, 2009 in Short Fiction | 1 comment

6,100 words “Who Stole the Soul?” “Citizens of the Universe, do not attempt to adjust your electro-transmitter, there is nothing wrong. We have taken control to bring you this special bulletin.” “Aw, hell nah.” Hubert “Sleepy” Nixon paused mid-keystroke on the pianoforte. A system of...

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