MVmedia, LLC releases the Steamfunk! Anthology, a collection of steampunk stories that incorporates the history and experiences of people of African descent.
Fayetteville, GA – February 19, 2013 – Mvmedia, LLC , a publisher specializing in speculative fiction by and about people of African descent, releases the Steamfunk! Anthology, a collection of steampunk stories told from an Afrocentric point of view.
Steampunk is a genre that has recently gained popularity. It is a form of speculative fiction that uses the foundation of the Victorian era and steam technology for fantastic storytelling, be it science fiction, horror, alternate history or fantasy. Recent discussions have centered on the lack of minority representation not only in characters but in historical references. The Steamfunk! Anthology was conceived as a response to such discussions. The anthology contains 17 stories that highlight people of African descent as well as incorporate their unique history.
The Steamfunk! Anthology will make its debut February 22, 2013 during the Anachrocon Alternate history convention in Atlanta, GA. The anthology is also available at www.mvmediaatl.com as well as through online book sellers such as Amazon, Barnes and Noble and Books-A-Million. The anthology is also available as an e-book for Kindle, Nook and Kobo.
About the Editors
Milton Davis is an author of black speculative fiction and the owner of MVmedia, LLC. He currently has 5 published novels and two anthologies available. Balogun Ojetade is the owner of Roaring Lions Productions and author of three novels; The Chronicles of Harriet Tubman, Redeemer and Once Upon A Time in Afrika. He is a frequent blogger and expert on all things Steamfunk and Steampunk.
For more information about the Steamfunk Anthology, please visit www.mvmediaatl.com or contact MILTON DAVIS at 470-219-2292.