After the Flare makes ‘best of’ lists on Washington Post, The Guardian, Tor, Kirkus, Syfy, more

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Thank you to all the reviewers and readers who have enjoyed After the Flare. You can get the novel here (Amazon) and here (indie bookstore).

Washington Post  Best Science Fiction and fantasy to read this month (December) | Reviewer: Everdeen Mason

The Guardian  Best Science Fiction and Fantasy in 2017 | Reviewer: Adam Roberts

Syfy.com  Best Science Fiction Books of 2017 | Reviewer: Swapna Krishna

Tor.com  Reviewers Choice: the best Books of 2017 | Reviewer: Jared Shurin

Kirkus Reviews  Best Books of 2017

Ink and Paper Blog  7 Books that surprised me in 2017 | Reviewer: Russell

The Millions  Most Anticipated Books of September (2017) | Reviewer: Lydia Kiesling

 

Strong review of After the Flare in Booklist

Booklist is a site perused by booksellers and librarians, so I was excited to see this positive review by John Keogh. You can read the full review here if you have an account. Here is an excerpt:

Olukotun weaves together a broad spectrum of subjects: engineering and archaeology, culture and politics, biohacking and cybernetic animal technology, ancient tribal wisdom and magical stones. With such an original premise, the story is well-paced, with compelling characters and a subtle sense of humor. – John Keogh, Booklist

Book tour dates announced for After the Flare

It’s happening! My book tour kicks off at the Brooklyn Book Festival, with author NK Jemisin — who just won the Hugo Award for best science fiction novel for the second year running. You can also join me at official launch at Greenlight Books on October 3.

Tour Dates 

Brooklyn Book Festival

with NK Jemisin, Malka Older, and Eugene Lim

Sunday, September 17, Brooklyn, NY

Book Launch at Greenlight Books

in conversation with Yinka Adegoke, editor of Quartz Africa

Tuesday, October 3rd, Brooklyn, NY

Changing Hands Bookstore

with Joey Esrich, Center for Science and the Imagination

Thursday, October 19, Tempe, Arizona

Future Tense / New America

with Lucianne Walkowicz, Astrobiology Chair at the Library of Congress

Wednesday, November 8, 6pm, Washington, DC

Texas Book Festival

Saturday, November 4, Austin, TX

Yale University

November 28, New Haven, CT

More tour dates to come!

Future Tense Fellowship

I’m thrilled to announce that I’ve been selected as a Future Tense Fellow.

Future Tense is a remarkable interdisciplinary collaboration between Slate, Arizona State University, and the New America Foundation that explores the frontiers of science, art, and policy.

Earlier this year, I joined Future Tense for a conversation on Mars exploration with science fiction author Karl Schroeder, and I also met the director of Space X and leading NASA officials.

I’m excited to be joining the extraordinary list of current fellows, and look forward to our collaboration.

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