Edited by Rafief Ismail and Ellen van Neervan
Unlimited Futures is an anthology of speculative, visionary fiction from 21 emerging and established First Nations writers and Black writers, reflecting visionary pasts, hopeful futures and the invisible ties between First Nations people and People of Colour.
‘The stories in this anthology of speculative fiction by First Nations and Afro-black writers… are the kind that stick with you. I’m still thinking of many of them months after my first reading.’
‘ … poetic and powerful.’
‘… innovative, radical and highly imaginative … this is a ground-breaking collection.’
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Rafeif Ismail is a third culture youth of the Sudanese diaspora. She is the winner of the 2017 Deborah Cass Prize for writing with the story ‘Almitra Amongst the Ghosts’. Her short story ‘Light at the End’ was published in the anthology Ways of Being Here (Margaret River Press, 2017).
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