- Future Perfect – takeaways from a fascinating event on sci-fi and policy
- Alien: Covenant is a horror film waiting to burst into a space opera
- Notes from my mind-blowing event at ASU’s Center for Science and the Imagination
- Rustic space travel t-shirts by Gravation Creations
- Appearing at NASA Space Futures launch at Center for Science and the Imagination
Praise for Nigerians in Space
"Fast-paced, well-written and packed with insight and humor. Olukotun is a very talented storyteller."
"Nigerians in Space is a taut thriller about a fictional Nigerian space program... Once the book arrived, I read through most of it that evening and finished it later the next morning. Nigerians in Space deserves not only to be rediscovered (or perhaps discovered), but should rightfully garner a seat at the table with The Martian and Station Eleven."
"Nigerians in Space is a tale of African intellectuals abroad falling into a dramatic bid to return home and grab a place in the space race for the sake of patriotism and pride."
"A crime thriller that is out of this world."
"Nigerians in Space is so much a novel of our time that it helps us track how far we’ve come from mid-century African novels."
"A madcap first novel that unravels like a spy thriller."