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Voices of Martyrs by [Broaddus, Maurice]

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Early Praise for The Voices of Martyrs
 
"The lush, descriptive prose tantalizes all the senses, drawing the reader into a rich world spanning both miles and centuries. Hints of magic in both the past and present, as well as the science fiction elements of the future stories, make this an exciting exploration of genre as well as culture." --Publishers Weekly (Starred Review)
 
"Give thanks for these griot, hip-funk, afrofuturist stories of pure horror and complicated hope. Broaddus sounds a deep beat in this true myth of survival: what our heads forget, our bones remember." --Karen Lord
 
"Maurice Broaddus has a talent for creating fascinating characters across lifetimes, fierce voices that linger and stay with you. His fantasies, fables, and far out tales come from an imagination as frightening as it is admirable. And whether they come from the past, present, or one of his cautionary futures, you are certain to find a story that speaks to you." --Sheree Renée Thomas
 
"An outcast in the distant past struggling to survive. A religious captain rationalizing away the evil of the slave ship he commands. A future biomech warrior in a literal culture war. The stories in The Voices of Martyrs again prove why Maurice Broaddus is one of the most exciting writers of today's genre fiction. His vision spans space and time while staying grounded in the stories--in the very voices--which make us fully and tragically and hopefully human." --Nebula Award-nominated author, Jason Sanford
 
"Reminiscent of a young Charles Saunders, Maurice Broaddus' The Voices of Martys is a fresh blend of science fiction, fantasy, and the folkloric history of the African diaspora." --Chesya Burke, Author of Let's Play White and The Strange Crime of Little Africa
 
"There's a percussive intensity to the stories in The Voices of Martyrs. These are not simplistic heroic tales but poignant examinations of the triumphs and losses, the joys and pains, and the deep, rich complexities of a culture." --Ayize Jama-Everett, author of The Liminal People


"The lush, descriptive prose tantalizes all the senses, drawing the reader into a rich world spanning both miles and centuries. Hints of magic in both the past and present, as well as the science fiction elements of the future stories, make this an exciting exploration of genre as well as culture." --Publishers Weekly (Starred Review)

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Early Praise for The Voices of Martyrs
 
"The lush, descriptive prose tantalizes all the senses, drawing the reader into a rich world spanning both miles and centuries. Hints of magic in both the past and present, as well as the science fiction elements of the future stories, make this an exciting exploration of genre as well as culture." --Publishers Weekly (Starred Review)
 
"Give thanks for these griot, hip-funk, afrofuturist stories of pure horror and complicated hope. Broaddus sounds a deep beat in this true myth of survival: what our heads forget, our bones remember." --Karen Lord
 
"Maurice Broaddus has a talent for creating fascinating characters across lifetimes, fierce voices that linger and stay with you. His fantasies, fables, and far out tales come from an imagination as frightening as it is admirable. And whether they come from the past, present, or one of his cautionary futures, you are certain to find a story that speaks to you." --Sheree Renée Thomas
 
"An outcast in the distant past struggling to survive. A religious captain rationalizing away the evil of the slave ship he commands. A future biomech warrior in a literal culture war. The stories in The Voices of Martyrs again prove why Maurice Broaddus is one of the most exciting writers of today's genre fiction. His vision spans space and time while staying grounded in the stories--in the very voices--which make us fully and tragically and hopefully human." --Nebula Award-nominated author, Jason Sanford
 
"Reminiscent of a young Charles Saunders, Maurice Broaddus' The Voices of Martys is a fresh blend of science fiction, fantasy, and the folkloric history of the African diaspora." --Chesya Burke, Author of Let's Play White and The Strange Crime of Little Africa
 
"There's a percussive intensity to the stories in The Voices of Martyrs. These are not simplistic heroic tales but poignant examinations of the triumphs and losses, the joys and pains, and the deep, rich complexities of a culture." --Ayize Jama-Everett, author of The Liminal People

Product details

  • File Size: 1998 KB
  • Print Length: 168 pages
  • Publisher: Rosarium Publishing; 1 edition (February 7, 2017)
  • Publication Date: February 7, 2017
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B01MU82VYN
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Lending: Enabled
  • Screen Reader: Supported
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #252,464 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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