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Black Magic Women: Terrifying Tales by Scary Sisters
by Sumiko Saulson

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    List Price: $14.99
    Format: Paperback, 334 pages
    Classification: Fiction
    ISBN13: 9780999852200
    Imprint: Mocha Memoirs Press
    Publisher: Mocha Memoirs Press
    Parent Company: Mocha Memoirs Press, LLC
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    Book Description:

    Imagine horror where black characters aren’t all tropes and the first to die; imagine a world written by black sisters where black women and femmes are in the starring roles. From flesh-eating plants to flesh-eating bees; zombies to vampires to vampire-eating vampire hunters; ghosts, revenants, witches and werewolves, this book has it all. Cursed drums, cursed dolls, cursed palms, ancient spirits and goddesses create a nuanced world of Afrocentric and multicultural horror. Seventeen terrifying tales by seventeen of the scary sisters profiled in the reference guide 100 Black Women in Horror.

    Includes the stories;

    • “Appreciation” by Mina Polina,
    • “Death Lines” by Nuzo Onoh,
    • “Sweet Justice” by Kenesha Williams,
    • “Bryannah and the Magic Negro” by Crystal Connor,
    • “The Lost Ones” by Valjeanne Jeffers,
    • “Tango of a TellTale Heart” by Sumiko Saulson,
    • “Blood Magnolia” by Nicole Givens Kurtz,
    • “Labor Pains” by Kenya Moss-Dyme,
    • “Return to Me” by Lori Titus,
    • “Here, Kitty!” by LH Moore,
    • “Left Hand Torment” by R. J. Joseph,
    • “Dark Moon’s Curse” by Delizhia Jenkins,
    • “Killer Queen by Cinsearae S, Sisters” by Kai Leakes,
    • “Black and Deadly” by Dicey Grenor,
    • “Trisha and Peter” by Kamika Aziza,
    • “Alternative(®) by” Tabitha Thompson, and
    • “The Prizewinner” by Alledria Hurt.




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