Bloodchild and Other Stories

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Yet, I find these to be very well written, and thought provoking

There are five tales and two essays

An extended dialogue between a woman and God, it is Butler's utopia story, but her take on the perfect world explains much about why the ironies in her fiction still resonate: I don't like most utopia stories because I don't believe them for a moment

Octavia Butler died this year and it's a tremendous loss for all of us

After each story is a page or so from the author detailing why she wrote the story and describing the themes contained within

I would highly recommend it especially to fans of science fiction or dystopia, and the short biography included in the text seems like a great read for any aspiring author, but particularly to female or African-American ones

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