Nalo Hopkinson

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Nalo Hopkinson, a Jamaican Canadian, is the author of novels Brown Girl in the Ring (1998), Midnight Robber (2000), The Salt Roads (2003), The New Moon’s Arms (2007), and the short fiction collection Skin Folk (2001). She is a recipient of the John W. Campbell Award, the Locus Award, the World Fantasy Award, and has twice received the Sunburst Award for Canadian Literature of the Fantastic. Her work has twice been on the New York Public Library “Stuff for the Teen Age” list. Her science fiction novel Midnight Robber received Honourable Mention for a novel written in creole in Cuba’s “Casa de las Americas” prize for literature. She was a founding member of the Carl Brandon Society, which exists to further the conversation on race and ethnicity in science fiction and fantasy. She is currently Associate Professor specializing in speculative literatures in the Creative Writing Department of the University of California Riverside. The Chaos, her first YA novel, appeared in 2012, and her novel Sister Mine followed in 2013. Hopkinson splits her time between California and Toronto, Canada.

Report From Planet Midnight

Report from Planet Midnight

SKU: 9781604864977
Author: Nalo Hopkinson
Publisher: PM Press/Outspoken Authors
ISBN: 9781604864977
Published: 7/2012
Format: Paperback, ePub, PDF, mobi
Size: 5 x 7.5
Page count: 128
Subjects: Fantasy/Science Fiction/Gender


“A genuine vitality and generosity…one of the more important and original voices in SF.” —Publishers Weekly

“Out-of-the-ordinary science fiction.“ —Kirkus Reviews

“The plot and style get an early grip on you, the reader, and you don’t let go till story’s end. Hopkinson is a genuine find!“ —Locus

“Hopkinson has had a remarkable impact on popular fiction. Her work continues to question the very genres she adopts, transforming them from within through her fierce intelligence and her commitment to a radical vision that refuses easy consumption.” —Globe and Mail

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