Episode 464-With Rob Cameron

On October 6, 2020, in Podcast, by Patrick Hester

Clockwork Phoenix 5This week, Patrick and Tracy welcome Rob Cameron whose latest non-fiction article, The Case for Black American Self-Defense is available at foreignpolicy.com.

About Rob Cameron: Rob is a linguist, a pie addict with neither regrets nor inclinations towards rehab, and a public school ENL teacher in Brooklyn. When not finishing rewrites for his very patient agent, Barry Goldblatt, he is teaching his daughter the fine art that is hide-and-seek.

He is the lead organizer for the Brooklyn Speculative Fiction Writers, guest host & curator for the New York Review of Science Fiction Reading Series, managing editor of the Kaleidocast.nyc, frequent guest and curator for the Surreal Symphony of Zak Zyz.

Rob Cameron’s essay “Promised Land: Religous Ideology and Solarpunk Science Fiction” is featured in The New Modality. Before that was his essay on Afrofuturism and Solarpunk, “In Search of Afro-Solarpunk, Parts I & II,” in Tor.com. His short story “Squeeze” (3 star reviewed on Tangent!) can be found in Mike Allen’s Clockwork Phoenix 5,(Mythic Delirium, 2016). His story “Tatterdemallion at the End of the Universe” is being used as curriculum material for the Carterhaugh School of Folklore and the Fantastic.

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