T. Aaron Cisco
T. Aaron Cisco is a Contemporary Afrofuturism author, television producer, and contributing writer for TwinCitiesGeek.com. Highly prolific, the last few years have seen the release of Teleportality, Dragon Variation, The Preternaturalist, Shadow of the Valley, and the pulp serial, Big Ass Aliens. His latest books include an additional edition of Big Ass Aliens, the allegorical afrofuturistic saga Rod String Nail & Cloth, and an autobiographical retrospective, Black Nerd Blue Box: The Wibbly Wobbly Memoirs of a Lonely Whovian.
T. Aaron Cisco currently resides in Minneapolis, where he watches a lot of Star Trek and Doctor Who and tries -but fails - to keep his cat, Zelda, from walking on his keyboard.
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Back from the dead, trapped in the past with powerful people she can't trust, on the run from a tyrannical interstellar government, and heading towards an inescapable destiny that will pit her against her creators, all while trying to quiet the memories in her head that definitely don't belong to her... Billy is having one hell of a day.
Her gifts made her a savior. Her loyalty made her a slave. Her escape made her a threat. This dystopian epic is an allegory of race/class, as a captive with astonishing gifts escapes her tormentors and embarks on a treacherous journey of freedom and revenge.
Racism. Sexism. Homophobia. If you had the power to change the world...would you want to? Two people explore endless possibilities, as they journey across multiple realities to try and save their own.
In this afro-horror anthology, things that go bump in the night, don't just go bump in the suburbs.
They came. They destroyed. They went about their business. When the dust cleared, it wasn't aliens we had to worry about. It was each other.
This is for anyone who feels, or ever felt, like an outsider- even among the outsiders. If I can get through it, so can you. All it took was a little patience, a lot of perseverance, and a near lifelong obsession with a long-running, British show, about the adventures of a time-traveling alien.