How Long 'til Black Future Month?

How Long 'til Black Future Month?

In these stories, Jemisin sharply examines modern society, infusing magic into the mundane, and drawing deft parallels in the fantasy realms of her imagination. Dragons and hateful spirits haunt the flooded city of New Orleans in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. In a parallel universe, a utopian society watches our world, trying to learn from our mistakes. A black mothe In these stories, Jemisin sharply examines modern society, infusing magic into the mundane, and drawing deft parallels in...

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Title:How Long 'til Black Future Month?
Author:N.K. Jemisin
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Genres:Short Stories
ISBN:How Long 'til Black Future Month?
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Edition Language:English
Format Type:Hardcover
Number of Pages:400 pages pages

How Long 'til Black Future Month? Reviews

  • Shan
    Jan 01, 2019

    How Long ?Til Black Future Month? is simply superb. There wasn?t a story in the twenty-two that didn?t impress. Jemisin is a science fiction and fantasy powerhouse, and that is clear by the sheer variety of tales told?there are a dozen novel-worthy worlds crafted in this volume...

    I don?t think I could be more excited for this. ...

    This was, I?m ashamed to admit, the first N.K. Jemisin book I?ve ever read. I don?t say this because I subscribe to the belief that there are books which are ?required reading? in the fantasy genre (because I absolutely don?t), but rather because on reading the stories in H...

    I?ve recently been making my way through this authors ? Broken Earth ? trilogy ? one book to go- and the way she writes is so creative, beautifully done, so as a fan of short stories generally I was looking forward to this. There is an art to the short story form, not every au...

    Is there even any doubt that this would be fucking fantastic? ...

    Review pending...just know I loved this collection. ??? ??? ??? to buy The Inheritance Trilogy and Dreamblood Duology! Review pending...just know I loved this collection. ????? ????? ????? to buy The Inheritance Trilogy and...

    Based on the title, I was expecting How Long ?til Black Future Month? to be a little more sci-fi leaning and/or a lot more overtly political. But as Jemisin points out in her introduction, just being a black woman writing sci-fi and fantasy that features black characters is a politic...

    Admittedly I?ve only read The Fifth Season but I think I like Jemisin?s short stories better than her novels. She really has a concise way with words that suits this shorter writing exercise so well. Stories that stood out to me: ?Stone Hunger? (marking the early embers of h...

    HOW DOES SHE DO IT?! How in the world is her mind so freaking brilliant? I demand an answer... This is definitely my absolute favorite short story collection I've read so far. I was head over heels for 19 of the stories and only didn't enjoy 3 of them. I can still say with certainty...

    I haven't read any of this author's longer works yet. I figured trying some of her short stories might be a good introduction to her writing (and a quick way to figure out if I'm going to click with it). Goodreads has decided that my thoughts are too big to be contained (either that...

    'In a parallel universe, a utopian society watches our world, trying to learn from our mistakes.' UM NEEEEEED. THIS AND THE REST OF THE SHORT STORIES ...

    A collection of N. K. Jemisin's short stories, including a precursor to her series, The Broken Earth trilogy (which I haven't yet finished). Jeminsin mixes magic, fantasy, and elements of science fiction into this work with no particular focus, but her stories retain a certain essenc...

    AMAZING. Seriously, there is not one bad story in this collection. N.K. Jemisin's combination of fantastical what-ifs, written with incredible intimacy and humanity, is for me a guaranteed recipe for beautiful stories. There were a couple that didn't completely blow me away, but if tha...

    Ahoy there me mateys! I have read five of the author?s novels but had never read any of her short stories. N.K. Jemisin has been making waves by doing cool things like winning the Hugo award three years in a row for every book in her Broken Earth trilogy (which I haven?t read yet!)...

    Death felt himself ignored and forgotten?but that was all right. The young did not often think about Death, but Death was no less eternal for their disinterest. I?ve never read anything of NK Jemisin?s before this and, thanks to the title, cover, and intriguing synopsis, I f...

    Spectacular collection. Loved the lesbian dirigible spy. ...

    This rating pained me, but not as much as finishing this book pained me. And that sucks because I worship the ground Jemisin walks on. But these stories were just a bit too quirky for me - I've never been a fan of magical realism anyway, and the lofty prose and stream of consciousne...

    I enjoyed reading the short stories in this collection a lot. N.K. Jemisin has a knack for this format and I?m glad that she overcame the reservations against it, which she mentioned in her foreword. Some of the stories didn?t move me, yet they weren?t bad ? they just weren?...

    I'm a little in love with this book! My favorites are: -The One Who Stay and Fight -The City Born Great -L'Alchimista -Valedictorian -On The Banks of the River Lex -Non-Zero Probabilities Some of the stories will stay with me for a while, some because the message they tell...

    Every world glimpse left me wanting more. I wanted to hate this for the chapter cliffhangers.... darn it! I.Want.More. ...

    I was utterly delighted to get my hands on a copy of How Long ?til Black Future Month. Short story collections are generally a struggle for me, but I?ll read anything Jemisin writes. The variety of these 22 stories is stunning. Some are set in our own world with magical elements, w...

    This was great. Favorites from this collection include: Valedictorian, The Storyteller's Replacement, Walking Awake, Cuisine des Memoires, The Narcomancer, and Henosis. -- MOST ANTICIPATED!!!! ...

    An excellent collection of short fiction that surpassed my already high expectations?though of course this is no surprise, coming from Jemisin. Having only read her Broken Earth trilogy, I greatly enjoyed the opportunity to peek into some of the other fantasy worlds she has created. ...

    This collection was amazing!! I especially loved the last story, "Sinners, Saints, Dragons, and Haints, in the City Beneath the Still Waters". I'm a sucker for anything set during Hurricane Katrina, ESPECIALLY if it includes magical realism. The audiobook was excellent, but I think I'd...

    Jemisin's Broken Earth trilogy is a pretty hard act to follow, but these stories are imaginative, thought-provoking, and well worth a read -- the bittersweet "Cuisine des Memoires" and especially the chilling yet ultimately hopeful "Walking Awake" and "Sinners, Saints, Dragons, and Hai...

  • Meg Elison
    Dec 07, 2018

    How Long ?Til Black Future Month? is simply superb. There wasn?t a story in the twenty-two that didn?t impress. Jemisin is a science fiction and fantasy powerhouse, and that is clear by the sheer variety of tales told?there are a dozen novel-worthy worlds crafted in this volume...

    I don?t think I could be more excited for this. ...

    This was, I?m ashamed to admit, the first N.K. Jemisin book I?ve ever read. I don?t say this because I subscribe to the belief that there are books which are ?required reading? in the fantasy genre (because I absolutely don?t), but rather because on reading the stories in H...

    I?ve recently been making my way through this authors ? Broken Earth ? trilogy ? one book to go- and the way she writes is so creative, beautifully done, so as a fan of short stories generally I was looking forward to this. There is an art to the short story form, not every au...

    Is there even any doubt that this would be fucking fantastic? ...

    Review pending...just know I loved this collection. ??? ??? ??? to buy The Inheritance Trilogy and Dreamblood Duology! Review pending...just know I loved this collection. ????? ????? ????? to buy The Inheritance Trilogy and...

    Based on the title, I was expecting How Long ?til Black Future Month? to be a little more sci-fi leaning and/or a lot more overtly political. But as Jemisin points out in her introduction, just being a black woman writing sci-fi and fantasy that features black characters is a politic...

    Admittedly I?ve only read The Fifth Season but I think I like Jemisin?s short stories better than her novels. She really has a concise way with words that suits this shorter writing exercise so well. Stories that stood out to me: ?Stone Hunger? (marking the early embers of h...

    HOW DOES SHE DO IT?! How in the world is her mind so freaking brilliant? I demand an answer... This is definitely my absolute favorite short story collection I've read so far. I was head over heels for 19 of the stories and only didn't enjoy 3 of them. I can still say with certainty...

    I haven't read any of this author's longer works yet. I figured trying some of her short stories might be a good introduction to her writing (and a quick way to figure out if I'm going to click with it). Goodreads has decided that my thoughts are too big to be contained (either that...

    'In a parallel universe, a utopian society watches our world, trying to learn from our mistakes.' UM NEEEEEED. THIS AND THE REST OF THE SHORT STORIES ...

    A collection of N. K. Jemisin's short stories, including a precursor to her series, The Broken Earth trilogy (which I haven't yet finished). Jeminsin mixes magic, fantasy, and elements of science fiction into this work with no particular focus, but her stories retain a certain essenc...

    AMAZING. Seriously, there is not one bad story in this collection. N.K. Jemisin's combination of fantastical what-ifs, written with incredible intimacy and humanity, is for me a guaranteed recipe for beautiful stories. There were a couple that didn't completely blow me away, but if tha...

    Ahoy there me mateys! I have read five of the author?s novels but had never read any of her short stories. N.K. Jemisin has been making waves by doing cool things like winning the Hugo award three years in a row for every book in her Broken Earth trilogy (which I haven?t read yet!)...

    Death felt himself ignored and forgotten?but that was all right. The young did not often think about Death, but Death was no less eternal for their disinterest. I?ve never read anything of NK Jemisin?s before this and, thanks to the title, cover, and intriguing synopsis, I f...

    Spectacular collection. Loved the lesbian dirigible spy. ...

  • Ran
    Dec 27, 2018

    How Long ?Til Black Future Month? is simply superb. There wasn?t a story in the twenty-two that didn?t impress. Jemisin is a science fiction and fantasy powerhouse, and that is clear by the sheer variety of tales told?there are a dozen novel-worthy worlds crafted in this volume...

    I don?t think I could be more excited for this. ...

    This was, I?m ashamed to admit, the first N.K. Jemisin book I?ve ever read. I don?t say this because I subscribe to the belief that there are books which are ?required reading? in the fantasy genre (because I absolutely don?t), but rather because on reading the stories in H...

    I?ve recently been making my way through this authors ? Broken Earth ? trilogy ? one book to go- and the way she writes is so creative, beautifully done, so as a fan of short stories generally I was looking forward to this. There is an art to the short story form, not every au...

    Is there even any doubt that this would be fucking fantastic? ...

    Review pending...just know I loved this collection. ??? ??? ??? to buy The Inheritance Trilogy and Dreamblood Duology! Review pending...just know I loved this collection. ????? ????? ????? to buy The Inheritance Trilogy and...

    Based on the title, I was expecting How Long ?til Black Future Month? to be a little more sci-fi leaning and/or a lot more overtly political. But as Jemisin points out in her introduction, just being a black woman writing sci-fi and fantasy that features black characters is a politic...

    Admittedly I?ve only read The Fifth Season but I think I like Jemisin?s short stories better than her novels. She really has a concise way with words that suits this shorter writing exercise so well. Stories that stood out to me: ?Stone Hunger? (marking the early embers of h...

    HOW DOES SHE DO IT?! How in the world is her mind so freaking brilliant? I demand an answer... This is definitely my absolute favorite short story collection I've read so far. I was head over heels for 19 of the stories and only didn't enjoy 3 of them. I can still say with certainty...

    I haven't read any of this author's longer works yet. I figured trying some of her short stories might be a good introduction to her writing (and a quick way to figure out if I'm going to click with it). Goodreads has decided that my thoughts are too big to be contained (either that...

    'In a parallel universe, a utopian society watches our world, trying to learn from our mistakes.' UM NEEEEEED. THIS AND THE REST OF THE SHORT STORIES ...

    A collection of N. K. Jemisin's short stories, including a precursor to her series, The Broken Earth trilogy (which I haven't yet finished). Jeminsin mixes magic, fantasy, and elements of science fiction into this work with no particular focus, but her stories retain a certain essenc...

  • Claudia Piña
    Dec 04, 2018

    How Long ?Til Black Future Month? is simply superb. There wasn?t a story in the twenty-two that didn?t impress. Jemisin is a science fiction and fantasy powerhouse, and that is clear by the sheer variety of tales told?there are a dozen novel-worthy worlds crafted in this volume...

    I don?t think I could be more excited for this. ...

    This was, I?m ashamed to admit, the first N.K. Jemisin book I?ve ever read. I don?t say this because I subscribe to the belief that there are books which are ?required reading? in the fantasy genre (because I absolutely don?t), but rather because on reading the stories in H...

    I?ve recently been making my way through this authors ? Broken Earth ? trilogy ? one book to go- and the way she writes is so creative, beautifully done, so as a fan of short stories generally I was looking forward to this. There is an art to the short story form, not every au...

    Is there even any doubt that this would be fucking fantastic? ...

    Review pending...just know I loved this collection. ??? ??? ??? to buy The Inheritance Trilogy and Dreamblood Duology! Review pending...just know I loved this collection. ????? ????? ????? to buy The Inheritance Trilogy and...

    Based on the title, I was expecting How Long ?til Black Future Month? to be a little more sci-fi leaning and/or a lot more overtly political. But as Jemisin points out in her introduction, just being a black woman writing sci-fi and fantasy that features black characters is a politic...

    Admittedly I?ve only read The Fifth Season but I think I like Jemisin?s short stories better than her novels. She really has a concise way with words that suits this shorter writing exercise so well. Stories that stood out to me: ?Stone Hunger? (marking the early embers of h...

    HOW DOES SHE DO IT?! How in the world is her mind so freaking brilliant? I demand an answer... This is definitely my absolute favorite short story collection I've read so far. I was head over heels for 19 of the stories and only didn't enjoy 3 of them. I can still say with certainty...

    I haven't read any of this author's longer works yet. I figured trying some of her short stories might be a good introduction to her writing (and a quick way to figure out if I'm going to click with it). Goodreads has decided that my thoughts are too big to be contained (either that...

    'In a parallel universe, a utopian society watches our world, trying to learn from our mistakes.' UM NEEEEEED. THIS AND THE REST OF THE SHORT STORIES ...

    A collection of N. K. Jemisin's short stories, including a precursor to her series, The Broken Earth trilogy (which I haven't yet finished). Jeminsin mixes magic, fantasy, and elements of science fiction into this work with no particular focus, but her stories retain a certain essenc...

    AMAZING. Seriously, there is not one bad story in this collection. N.K. Jemisin's combination of fantastical what-ifs, written with incredible intimacy and humanity, is for me a guaranteed recipe for beautiful stories. There were a couple that didn't completely blow me away, but if tha...

    Ahoy there me mateys! I have read five of the author?s novels but had never read any of her short stories. N.K. Jemisin has been making waves by doing cool things like winning the Hugo award three years in a row for every book in her Broken Earth trilogy (which I haven?t read yet!)...

    Death felt himself ignored and forgotten?but that was all right. The young did not often think about Death, but Death was no less eternal for their disinterest. I?ve never read anything of NK Jemisin?s before this and, thanks to the title, cover, and intriguing synopsis, I f...

    Spectacular collection. Loved the lesbian dirigible spy. ...

    This rating pained me, but not as much as finishing this book pained me. And that sucks because I worship the ground Jemisin walks on. But these stories were just a bit too quirky for me - I've never been a fan of magical realism anyway, and the lofty prose and stream of consciousne...

    I enjoyed reading the short stories in this collection a lot. N.K. Jemisin has a knack for this format and I?m glad that she overcame the reservations against it, which she mentioned in her foreword. Some of the stories didn?t move me, yet they weren?t bad ? they just weren?...

    I'm a little in love with this book! My favorites are: -The One Who Stay and Fight -The City Born Great -L'Alchimista -Valedictorian -On The Banks of the River Lex -Non-Zero Probabilities Some of the stories will stay with me for a while, some because the message they tell...

    Every world glimpse left me wanting more. I wanted to hate this for the chapter cliffhangers.... darn it! I.Want.More. ...

    I was utterly delighted to get my hands on a copy of How Long ?til Black Future Month. Short story collections are generally a struggle for me, but I?ll read anything Jemisin writes. The variety of these 22 stories is stunning. Some are set in our own world with magical elements, w...

    This was great. Favorites from this collection include: Valedictorian, The Storyteller's Replacement, Walking Awake, Cuisine des Memoires, The Narcomancer, and Henosis. -- MOST ANTICIPATED!!!! ...

    An excellent collection of short fiction that surpassed my already high expectations?though of course this is no surprise, coming from Jemisin. Having only read her Broken Earth trilogy, I greatly enjoyed the opportunity to peek into some of the other fantasy worlds she has created. ...

    This collection was amazing!! I especially loved the last story, "Sinners, Saints, Dragons, and Haints, in the City Beneath the Still Waters". I'm a sucker for anything set during Hurricane Katrina, ESPECIALLY if it includes magical realism. The audiobook was excellent, but I think I'd...

    Jemisin's Broken Earth trilogy is a pretty hard act to follow, but these stories are imaginative, thought-provoking, and well worth a read -- the bittersweet "Cuisine des Memoires" and especially the chilling yet ultimately hopeful "Walking Awake" and "Sinners, Saints, Dragons, and Hai...

    I don't Really know how much I have to say about this book, except that it was very good. It was really fun to read Jemisin's writing in a realistic setting. The variety of writing styles, settings, and stories in this book was very impressive. The characters were all very good. I felt...

    This is an excellent and varied collection of tales set in different periods and different worlds. My favourites include "The Narcomancer", "Sinners, Saints, Dragons..." and "Cusine de Memoires". "The Narcomancer" is a story set in the world introduced in the "Dreamblood Duology"...

    Really, really good. I'm a short story fan, and each of these is a glimpse of a perfectly- conceived, fascinating world. If you like Neil Gaiman, I think you'll like this. ...

    Everyone who knows me knows what an avid fan of N.K Jemisin I am. I sing her praises to the sky on the daily, and am constantly mesmerised by her talent and brain. How Long 'til Black Future Month? just reminded me of what I already knew; that Jemisin is brilliant, and a master with ...

    Amo y admiro a autoras como Jemisin que frecuentemente se encuentran contra corriente y sin embargo son contundentes en su deseo de plasmar su cultura, sin necesidad de adaptarse a estndares ajenos. Lo mejor es que su talento y excelente manejo de las palabras son innegables, ade...

  • Leah Rachel von Essen
    Oct 11, 2018

    How Long ?Til Black Future Month? is simply superb. There wasn?t a story in the twenty-two that didn?t impress. Jemisin is a science fiction and fantasy powerhouse, and that is clear by the sheer variety of tales told?there are a dozen novel-worthy worlds crafted in this volume...

  • La Coccinelle
    Dec 21, 2018

    How Long ?Til Black Future Month? is simply superb. There wasn?t a story in the twenty-two that didn?t impress. Jemisin is a science fiction and fantasy powerhouse, and that is clear by the sheer variety of tales told?there are a dozen novel-worthy worlds crafted in this volume...

    I don?t think I could be more excited for this. ...

    This was, I?m ashamed to admit, the first N.K. Jemisin book I?ve ever read. I don?t say this because I subscribe to the belief that there are books which are ?required reading? in the fantasy genre (because I absolutely don?t), but rather because on reading the stories in H...

    I?ve recently been making my way through this authors ? Broken Earth ? trilogy ? one book to go- and the way she writes is so creative, beautifully done, so as a fan of short stories generally I was looking forward to this. There is an art to the short story form, not every au...

    Is there even any doubt that this would be fucking fantastic? ...

    Review pending...just know I loved this collection. ??? ??? ??? to buy The Inheritance Trilogy and Dreamblood Duology! Review pending...just know I loved this collection. ????? ????? ????? to buy The Inheritance Trilogy and...

    Based on the title, I was expecting How Long ?til Black Future Month? to be a little more sci-fi leaning and/or a lot more overtly political. But as Jemisin points out in her introduction, just being a black woman writing sci-fi and fantasy that features black characters is a politic...

    Admittedly I?ve only read The Fifth Season but I think I like Jemisin?s short stories better than her novels. She really has a concise way with words that suits this shorter writing exercise so well. Stories that stood out to me: ?Stone Hunger? (marking the early embers of h...

    HOW DOES SHE DO IT?! How in the world is her mind so freaking brilliant? I demand an answer... This is definitely my absolute favorite short story collection I've read so far. I was head over heels for 19 of the stories and only didn't enjoy 3 of them. I can still say with certainty...

    I haven't read any of this author's longer works yet. I figured trying some of her short stories might be a good introduction to her writing (and a quick way to figure out if I'm going to click with it). Goodreads has decided that my thoughts are too big to be contained (either that...

  • Andrew
    Dec 18, 2018

    How Long ?Til Black Future Month? is simply superb. There wasn?t a story in the twenty-two that didn?t impress. Jemisin is a science fiction and fantasy powerhouse, and that is clear by the sheer variety of tales told?there are a dozen novel-worthy worlds crafted in this volume...

    I don?t think I could be more excited for this. ...

    This was, I?m ashamed to admit, the first N.K. Jemisin book I?ve ever read. I don?t say this because I subscribe to the belief that there are books which are ?required reading? in the fantasy genre (because I absolutely don?t), but rather because on reading the stories in H...

    I?ve recently been making my way through this authors ? Broken Earth ? trilogy ? one book to go- and the way she writes is so creative, beautifully done, so as a fan of short stories generally I was looking forward to this. There is an art to the short story form, not every au...

    Is there even any doubt that this would be fucking fantastic? ...

    Review pending...just know I loved this collection. ??? ??? ??? to buy The Inheritance Trilogy and Dreamblood Duology! Review pending...just know I loved this collection. ????? ????? ????? to buy The Inheritance Trilogy and...

    Based on the title, I was expecting How Long ?til Black Future Month? to be a little more sci-fi leaning and/or a lot more overtly political. But as Jemisin points out in her introduction, just being a black woman writing sci-fi and fantasy that features black characters is a politic...

    Admittedly I?ve only read The Fifth Season but I think I like Jemisin?s short stories better than her novels. She really has a concise way with words that suits this shorter writing exercise so well. Stories that stood out to me: ?Stone Hunger? (marking the early embers of h...

    HOW DOES SHE DO IT?! How in the world is her mind so freaking brilliant? I demand an answer... This is definitely my absolute favorite short story collection I've read so far. I was head over heels for 19 of the stories and only didn't enjoy 3 of them. I can still say with certainty...

    I haven't read any of this author's longer works yet. I figured trying some of her short stories might be a good introduction to her writing (and a quick way to figure out if I'm going to click with it). Goodreads has decided that my thoughts are too big to be contained (either that...

    'In a parallel universe, a utopian society watches our world, trying to learn from our mistakes.' UM NEEEEEED. THIS AND THE REST OF THE SHORT STORIES ...

    A collection of N. K. Jemisin's short stories, including a precursor to her series, The Broken Earth trilogy (which I haven't yet finished). Jeminsin mixes magic, fantasy, and elements of science fiction into this work with no particular focus, but her stories retain a certain essenc...

    AMAZING. Seriously, there is not one bad story in this collection. N.K. Jemisin's combination of fantastical what-ifs, written with incredible intimacy and humanity, is for me a guaranteed recipe for beautiful stories. There were a couple that didn't completely blow me away, but if tha...

    Ahoy there me mateys! I have read five of the author?s novels but had never read any of her short stories. N.K. Jemisin has been making waves by doing cool things like winning the Hugo award three years in a row for every book in her Broken Earth trilogy (which I haven?t read yet!)...

    Death felt himself ignored and forgotten?but that was all right. The young did not often think about Death, but Death was no less eternal for their disinterest. I?ve never read anything of NK Jemisin?s before this and, thanks to the title, cover, and intriguing synopsis, I f...

    Spectacular collection. Loved the lesbian dirigible spy. ...

    This rating pained me, but not as much as finishing this book pained me. And that sucks because I worship the ground Jemisin walks on. But these stories were just a bit too quirky for me - I've never been a fan of magical realism anyway, and the lofty prose and stream of consciousne...

    I enjoyed reading the short stories in this collection a lot. N.K. Jemisin has a knack for this format and I?m glad that she overcame the reservations against it, which she mentioned in her foreword. Some of the stories didn?t move me, yet they weren?t bad ? they just weren?...

    I'm a little in love with this book! My favorites are: -The One Who Stay and Fight -The City Born Great -L'Alchimista -Valedictorian -On The Banks of the River Lex -Non-Zero Probabilities Some of the stories will stay with me for a while, some because the message they tell...

    Every world glimpse left me wanting more. I wanted to hate this for the chapter cliffhangers.... darn it! I.Want.More. ...

    I was utterly delighted to get my hands on a copy of How Long ?til Black Future Month. Short story collections are generally a struggle for me, but I?ll read anything Jemisin writes. The variety of these 22 stories is stunning. Some are set in our own world with magical elements, w...

    This was great. Favorites from this collection include: Valedictorian, The Storyteller's Replacement, Walking Awake, Cuisine des Memoires, The Narcomancer, and Henosis. -- MOST ANTICIPATED!!!! ...

    An excellent collection of short fiction that surpassed my already high expectations?though of course this is no surprise, coming from Jemisin. Having only read her Broken Earth trilogy, I greatly enjoyed the opportunity to peek into some of the other fantasy worlds she has created. ...

    This collection was amazing!! I especially loved the last story, "Sinners, Saints, Dragons, and Haints, in the City Beneath the Still Waters". I'm a sucker for anything set during Hurricane Katrina, ESPECIALLY if it includes magical realism. The audiobook was excellent, but I think I'd...

    Jemisin's Broken Earth trilogy is a pretty hard act to follow, but these stories are imaginative, thought-provoking, and well worth a read -- the bittersweet "Cuisine des Memoires" and especially the chilling yet ultimately hopeful "Walking Awake" and "Sinners, Saints, Dragons, and Hai...

    I don't Really know how much I have to say about this book, except that it was very good. It was really fun to read Jemisin's writing in a realistic setting. The variety of writing styles, settings, and stories in this book was very impressive. The characters were all very good. I felt...

    This is an excellent and varied collection of tales set in different periods and different worlds. My favourites include "The Narcomancer", "Sinners, Saints, Dragons..." and "Cusine de Memoires". "The Narcomancer" is a story set in the world introduced in the "Dreamblood Duology"...

  • Ciera
    Jan 06, 2019

    How Long ?Til Black Future Month? is simply superb. There wasn?t a story in the twenty-two that didn?t impress. Jemisin is a science fiction and fantasy powerhouse, and that is clear by the sheer variety of tales told?there are a dozen novel-worthy worlds crafted in this volume...

    I don?t think I could be more excited for this. ...

    This was, I?m ashamed to admit, the first N.K. Jemisin book I?ve ever read. I don?t say this because I subscribe to the belief that there are books which are ?required reading? in the fantasy genre (because I absolutely don?t), but rather because on reading the stories in H...

    I?ve recently been making my way through this authors ? Broken Earth ? trilogy ? one book to go- and the way she writes is so creative, beautifully done, so as a fan of short stories generally I was looking forward to this. There is an art to the short story form, not every au...

    Is there even any doubt that this would be fucking fantastic? ...

    Review pending...just know I loved this collection. ??? ??? ??? to buy The Inheritance Trilogy and Dreamblood Duology! Review pending...just know I loved this collection. ????? ????? ????? to buy The Inheritance Trilogy and...

    Based on the title, I was expecting How Long ?til Black Future Month? to be a little more sci-fi leaning and/or a lot more overtly political. But as Jemisin points out in her introduction, just being a black woman writing sci-fi and fantasy that features black characters is a politic...

    Admittedly I?ve only read The Fifth Season but I think I like Jemisin?s short stories better than her novels. She really has a concise way with words that suits this shorter writing exercise so well. Stories that stood out to me: ?Stone Hunger? (marking the early embers of h...

    HOW DOES SHE DO IT?! How in the world is her mind so freaking brilliant? I demand an answer... This is definitely my absolute favorite short story collection I've read so far. I was head over heels for 19 of the stories and only didn't enjoy 3 of them. I can still say with certainty...

    I haven't read any of this author's longer works yet. I figured trying some of her short stories might be a good introduction to her writing (and a quick way to figure out if I'm going to click with it). Goodreads has decided that my thoughts are too big to be contained (either that...

    'In a parallel universe, a utopian society watches our world, trying to learn from our mistakes.' UM NEEEEEED. THIS AND THE REST OF THE SHORT STORIES ...

    A collection of N. K. Jemisin's short stories, including a precursor to her series, The Broken Earth trilogy (which I haven't yet finished). Jeminsin mixes magic, fantasy, and elements of science fiction into this work with no particular focus, but her stories retain a certain essenc...

    AMAZING. Seriously, there is not one bad story in this collection. N.K. Jemisin's combination of fantastical what-ifs, written with incredible intimacy and humanity, is for me a guaranteed recipe for beautiful stories. There were a couple that didn't completely blow me away, but if tha...

    Ahoy there me mateys! I have read five of the author?s novels but had never read any of her short stories. N.K. Jemisin has been making waves by doing cool things like winning the Hugo award three years in a row for every book in her Broken Earth trilogy (which I haven?t read yet!)...

    Death felt himself ignored and forgotten?but that was all right. The young did not often think about Death, but Death was no less eternal for their disinterest. I?ve never read anything of NK Jemisin?s before this and, thanks to the title, cover, and intriguing synopsis, I f...

  • Ilias
    Dec 11, 2018

    How Long ?Til Black Future Month? is simply superb. There wasn?t a story in the twenty-two that didn?t impress. Jemisin is a science fiction and fantasy powerhouse, and that is clear by the sheer variety of tales told?there are a dozen novel-worthy worlds crafted in this volume...

    I don?t think I could be more excited for this. ...

    This was, I?m ashamed to admit, the first N.K. Jemisin book I?ve ever read. I don?t say this because I subscribe to the belief that there are books which are ?required reading? in the fantasy genre (because I absolutely don?t), but rather because on reading the stories in H...

    I?ve recently been making my way through this authors ? Broken Earth ? trilogy ? one book to go- and the way she writes is so creative, beautifully done, so as a fan of short stories generally I was looking forward to this. There is an art to the short story form, not every au...

    Is there even any doubt that this would be fucking fantastic? ...

    Review pending...just know I loved this collection. ??? ??? ??? to buy The Inheritance Trilogy and Dreamblood Duology! Review pending...just know I loved this collection. ????? ????? ????? to buy The Inheritance Trilogy and...

    Based on the title, I was expecting How Long ?til Black Future Month? to be a little more sci-fi leaning and/or a lot more overtly political. But as Jemisin points out in her introduction, just being a black woman writing sci-fi and fantasy that features black characters is a politic...

    Admittedly I?ve only read The Fifth Season but I think I like Jemisin?s short stories better than her novels. She really has a concise way with words that suits this shorter writing exercise so well. Stories that stood out to me: ?Stone Hunger? (marking the early embers of h...

    HOW DOES SHE DO IT?! How in the world is her mind so freaking brilliant? I demand an answer... This is definitely my absolute favorite short story collection I've read so far. I was head over heels for 19 of the stories and only didn't enjoy 3 of them. I can still say with certainty...

    I haven't read any of this author's longer works yet. I figured trying some of her short stories might be a good introduction to her writing (and a quick way to figure out if I'm going to click with it). Goodreads has decided that my thoughts are too big to be contained (either that...

    'In a parallel universe, a utopian society watches our world, trying to learn from our mistakes.' UM NEEEEEED. THIS AND THE REST OF THE SHORT STORIES ...

    A collection of N. K. Jemisin's short stories, including a precursor to her series, The Broken Earth trilogy (which I haven't yet finished). Jeminsin mixes magic, fantasy, and elements of science fiction into this work with no particular focus, but her stories retain a certain essenc...

    AMAZING. Seriously, there is not one bad story in this collection. N.K. Jemisin's combination of fantastical what-ifs, written with incredible intimacy and humanity, is for me a guaranteed recipe for beautiful stories. There were a couple that didn't completely blow me away, but if tha...

    Ahoy there me mateys! I have read five of the author?s novels but had never read any of her short stories. N.K. Jemisin has been making waves by doing cool things like winning the Hugo award three years in a row for every book in her Broken Earth trilogy (which I haven?t read yet!)...

    Death felt himself ignored and forgotten?but that was all right. The young did not often think about Death, but Death was no less eternal for their disinterest. I?ve never read anything of NK Jemisin?s before this and, thanks to the title, cover, and intriguing synopsis, I f...

    Spectacular collection. Loved the lesbian dirigible spy. ...

    This rating pained me, but not as much as finishing this book pained me. And that sucks because I worship the ground Jemisin walks on. But these stories were just a bit too quirky for me - I've never been a fan of magical realism anyway, and the lofty prose and stream of consciousne...

    I enjoyed reading the short stories in this collection a lot. N.K. Jemisin has a knack for this format and I?m glad that she overcame the reservations against it, which she mentioned in her foreword. Some of the stories didn?t move me, yet they weren?t bad ? they just weren?...

    I'm a little in love with this book! My favorites are: -The One Who Stay and Fight -The City Born Great -L'Alchimista -Valedictorian -On The Banks of the River Lex -Non-Zero Probabilities Some of the stories will stay with me for a while, some because the message they tell...

    Every world glimpse left me wanting more. I wanted to hate this for the chapter cliffhangers.... darn it! I.Want.More. ...

    I was utterly delighted to get my hands on a copy of How Long ?til Black Future Month. Short story collections are generally a struggle for me, but I?ll read anything Jemisin writes. The variety of these 22 stories is stunning. Some are set in our own world with magical elements, w...

    This was great. Favorites from this collection include: Valedictorian, The Storyteller's Replacement, Walking Awake, Cuisine des Memoires, The Narcomancer, and Henosis. -- MOST ANTICIPATED!!!! ...

    An excellent collection of short fiction that surpassed my already high expectations?though of course this is no surprise, coming from Jemisin. Having only read her Broken Earth trilogy, I greatly enjoyed the opportunity to peek into some of the other fantasy worlds she has created. ...

    This collection was amazing!! I especially loved the last story, "Sinners, Saints, Dragons, and Haints, in the City Beneath the Still Waters". I'm a sucker for anything set during Hurricane Katrina, ESPECIALLY if it includes magical realism. The audiobook was excellent, but I think I'd...

    Jemisin's Broken Earth trilogy is a pretty hard act to follow, but these stories are imaginative, thought-provoking, and well worth a read -- the bittersweet "Cuisine des Memoires" and especially the chilling yet ultimately hopeful "Walking Awake" and "Sinners, Saints, Dragons, and Hai...

    I don't Really know how much I have to say about this book, except that it was very good. It was really fun to read Jemisin's writing in a realistic setting. The variety of writing styles, settings, and stories in this book was very impressive. The characters were all very good. I felt...

  • Sana
    Jul 17, 2018

    How Long ?Til Black Future Month? is simply superb. There wasn?t a story in the twenty-two that didn?t impress. Jemisin is a science fiction and fantasy powerhouse, and that is clear by the sheer variety of tales told?there are a dozen novel-worthy worlds crafted in this volume...

    I don?t think I could be more excited for this. ...

    This was, I?m ashamed to admit, the first N.K. Jemisin book I?ve ever read. I don?t say this because I subscribe to the belief that there are books which are ?required reading? in the fantasy genre (because I absolutely don?t), but rather because on reading the stories in H...

    I?ve recently been making my way through this authors ? Broken Earth ? trilogy ? one book to go- and the way she writes is so creative, beautifully done, so as a fan of short stories generally I was looking forward to this. There is an art to the short story form, not every au...

    Is there even any doubt that this would be fucking fantastic? ...

    Review pending...just know I loved this collection. ??? ??? ??? to buy The Inheritance Trilogy and Dreamblood Duology! Review pending...just know I loved this collection. ????? ????? ????? to buy The Inheritance Trilogy and...

    Based on the title, I was expecting How Long ?til Black Future Month? to be a little more sci-fi leaning and/or a lot more overtly political. But as Jemisin points out in her introduction, just being a black woman writing sci-fi and fantasy that features black characters is a politic...

    Admittedly I?ve only read The Fifth Season but I think I like Jemisin?s short stories better than her novels. She really has a concise way with words that suits this shorter writing exercise so well. Stories that stood out to me: ?Stone Hunger? (marking the early embers of h...

    HOW DOES SHE DO IT?! How in the world is her mind so freaking brilliant? I demand an answer... This is definitely my absolute favorite short story collection I've read so far. I was head over heels for 19 of the stories and only didn't enjoy 3 of them. I can still say with certainty...

    I haven't read any of this author's longer works yet. I figured trying some of her short stories might be a good introduction to her writing (and a quick way to figure out if I'm going to click with it). Goodreads has decided that my thoughts are too big to be contained (either that...

    'In a parallel universe, a utopian society watches our world, trying to learn from our mistakes.' UM NEEEEEED. THIS AND THE REST OF THE SHORT STORIES ...

  • Kat (Kindred Dreamheart)
    Dec 26, 2018

    How Long ?Til Black Future Month? is simply superb. There wasn?t a story in the twenty-two that didn?t impress. Jemisin is a science fiction and fantasy powerhouse, and that is clear by the sheer variety of tales told?there are a dozen novel-worthy worlds crafted in this volume...

    I don?t think I could be more excited for this. ...

    This was, I?m ashamed to admit, the first N.K. Jemisin book I?ve ever read. I don?t say this because I subscribe to the belief that there are books which are ?required reading? in the fantasy genre (because I absolutely don?t), but rather because on reading the stories in H...

    I?ve recently been making my way through this authors ? Broken Earth ? trilogy ? one book to go- and the way she writes is so creative, beautifully done, so as a fan of short stories generally I was looking forward to this. There is an art to the short story form, not every au...

    Is there even any doubt that this would be fucking fantastic? ...

    Review pending...just know I loved this collection. ??? ??? ??? to buy The Inheritance Trilogy and Dreamblood Duology! Review pending...just know I loved this collection. ????? ????? ????? to buy The Inheritance Trilogy and...

    Based on the title, I was expecting How Long ?til Black Future Month? to be a little more sci-fi leaning and/or a lot more overtly political. But as Jemisin points out in her introduction, just being a black woman writing sci-fi and fantasy that features black characters is a politic...

    Admittedly I?ve only read The Fifth Season but I think I like Jemisin?s short stories better than her novels. She really has a concise way with words that suits this shorter writing exercise so well. Stories that stood out to me: ?Stone Hunger? (marking the early embers of h...

    HOW DOES SHE DO IT?! How in the world is her mind so freaking brilliant? I demand an answer... This is definitely my absolute favorite short story collection I've read so far. I was head over heels for 19 of the stories and only didn't enjoy 3 of them. I can still say with certainty...

    I haven't read any of this author's longer works yet. I figured trying some of her short stories might be a good introduction to her writing (and a quick way to figure out if I'm going to click with it). Goodreads has decided that my thoughts are too big to be contained (either that...

    'In a parallel universe, a utopian society watches our world, trying to learn from our mistakes.' UM NEEEEEED. THIS AND THE REST OF THE SHORT STORIES ...

    A collection of N. K. Jemisin's short stories, including a precursor to her series, The Broken Earth trilogy (which I haven't yet finished). Jeminsin mixes magic, fantasy, and elements of science fiction into this work with no particular focus, but her stories retain a certain essenc...

    AMAZING. Seriously, there is not one bad story in this collection. N.K. Jemisin's combination of fantastical what-ifs, written with incredible intimacy and humanity, is for me a guaranteed recipe for beautiful stories. There were a couple that didn't completely blow me away, but if tha...

    Ahoy there me mateys! I have read five of the author?s novels but had never read any of her short stories. N.K. Jemisin has been making waves by doing cool things like winning the Hugo award three years in a row for every book in her Broken Earth trilogy (which I haven?t read yet!)...

    Death felt himself ignored and forgotten?but that was all right. The young did not often think about Death, but Death was no less eternal for their disinterest. I?ve never read anything of NK Jemisin?s before this and, thanks to the title, cover, and intriguing synopsis, I f...

    Spectacular collection. Loved the lesbian dirigible spy. ...

    This rating pained me, but not as much as finishing this book pained me. And that sucks because I worship the ground Jemisin walks on. But these stories were just a bit too quirky for me - I've never been a fan of magical realism anyway, and the lofty prose and stream of consciousne...

    I enjoyed reading the short stories in this collection a lot. N.K. Jemisin has a knack for this format and I?m glad that she overcame the reservations against it, which she mentioned in her foreword. Some of the stories didn?t move me, yet they weren?t bad ? they just weren?...

    I'm a little in love with this book! My favorites are: -The One Who Stay and Fight -The City Born Great -L'Alchimista -Valedictorian -On The Banks of the River Lex -Non-Zero Probabilities Some of the stories will stay with me for a while, some because the message they tell...

    Every world glimpse left me wanting more. I wanted to hate this for the chapter cliffhangers.... darn it! I.Want.More. ...

  • Marchpane
    Dec 09, 2018

    How Long ?Til Black Future Month? is simply superb. There wasn?t a story in the twenty-two that didn?t impress. Jemisin is a science fiction and fantasy powerhouse, and that is clear by the sheer variety of tales told?there are a dozen novel-worthy worlds crafted in this volume...

    I don?t think I could be more excited for this. ...

    This was, I?m ashamed to admit, the first N.K. Jemisin book I?ve ever read. I don?t say this because I subscribe to the belief that there are books which are ?required reading? in the fantasy genre (because I absolutely don?t), but rather because on reading the stories in H...

    I?ve recently been making my way through this authors ? Broken Earth ? trilogy ? one book to go- and the way she writes is so creative, beautifully done, so as a fan of short stories generally I was looking forward to this. There is an art to the short story form, not every au...

    Is there even any doubt that this would be fucking fantastic? ...

    Review pending...just know I loved this collection. ??? ??? ??? to buy The Inheritance Trilogy and Dreamblood Duology! Review pending...just know I loved this collection. ????? ????? ????? to buy The Inheritance Trilogy and...

    Based on the title, I was expecting How Long ?til Black Future Month? to be a little more sci-fi leaning and/or a lot more overtly political. But as Jemisin points out in her introduction, just being a black woman writing sci-fi and fantasy that features black characters is a politic...

  • Emily
    Dec 21, 2018

    How Long ?Til Black Future Month? is simply superb. There wasn?t a story in the twenty-two that didn?t impress. Jemisin is a science fiction and fantasy powerhouse, and that is clear by the sheer variety of tales told?there are a dozen novel-worthy worlds crafted in this volume...

    I don?t think I could be more excited for this. ...

    This was, I?m ashamed to admit, the first N.K. Jemisin book I?ve ever read. I don?t say this because I subscribe to the belief that there are books which are ?required reading? in the fantasy genre (because I absolutely don?t), but rather because on reading the stories in H...

    I?ve recently been making my way through this authors ? Broken Earth ? trilogy ? one book to go- and the way she writes is so creative, beautifully done, so as a fan of short stories generally I was looking forward to this. There is an art to the short story form, not every au...

    Is there even any doubt that this would be fucking fantastic? ...

    Review pending...just know I loved this collection. ??? ??? ??? to buy The Inheritance Trilogy and Dreamblood Duology! Review pending...just know I loved this collection. ????? ????? ????? to buy The Inheritance Trilogy and...

    Based on the title, I was expecting How Long ?til Black Future Month? to be a little more sci-fi leaning and/or a lot more overtly political. But as Jemisin points out in her introduction, just being a black woman writing sci-fi and fantasy that features black characters is a politic...

    Admittedly I?ve only read The Fifth Season but I think I like Jemisin?s short stories better than her novels. She really has a concise way with words that suits this shorter writing exercise so well. Stories that stood out to me: ?Stone Hunger? (marking the early embers of h...

    HOW DOES SHE DO IT?! How in the world is her mind so freaking brilliant? I demand an answer... This is definitely my absolute favorite short story collection I've read so far. I was head over heels for 19 of the stories and only didn't enjoy 3 of them. I can still say with certainty...

    I haven't read any of this author's longer works yet. I figured trying some of her short stories might be a good introduction to her writing (and a quick way to figure out if I'm going to click with it). Goodreads has decided that my thoughts are too big to be contained (either that...

    'In a parallel universe, a utopian society watches our world, trying to learn from our mistakes.' UM NEEEEEED. THIS AND THE REST OF THE SHORT STORIES ...

    A collection of N. K. Jemisin's short stories, including a precursor to her series, The Broken Earth trilogy (which I haven't yet finished). Jeminsin mixes magic, fantasy, and elements of science fiction into this work with no particular focus, but her stories retain a certain essenc...

    AMAZING. Seriously, there is not one bad story in this collection. N.K. Jemisin's combination of fantastical what-ifs, written with incredible intimacy and humanity, is for me a guaranteed recipe for beautiful stories. There were a couple that didn't completely blow me away, but if tha...

    Ahoy there me mateys! I have read five of the author?s novels but had never read any of her short stories. N.K. Jemisin has been making waves by doing cool things like winning the Hugo award three years in a row for every book in her Broken Earth trilogy (which I haven?t read yet!)...

    Death felt himself ignored and forgotten?but that was all right. The young did not often think about Death, but Death was no less eternal for their disinterest. I?ve never read anything of NK Jemisin?s before this and, thanks to the title, cover, and intriguing synopsis, I f...

    Spectacular collection. Loved the lesbian dirigible spy. ...

    This rating pained me, but not as much as finishing this book pained me. And that sucks because I worship the ground Jemisin walks on. But these stories were just a bit too quirky for me - I've never been a fan of magical realism anyway, and the lofty prose and stream of consciousne...

    I enjoyed reading the short stories in this collection a lot. N.K. Jemisin has a knack for this format and I?m glad that she overcame the reservations against it, which she mentioned in her foreword. Some of the stories didn?t move me, yet they weren?t bad ? they just weren?...

    I'm a little in love with this book! My favorites are: -The One Who Stay and Fight -The City Born Great -L'Alchimista -Valedictorian -On The Banks of the River Lex -Non-Zero Probabilities Some of the stories will stay with me for a while, some because the message they tell...

    Every world glimpse left me wanting more. I wanted to hate this for the chapter cliffhangers.... darn it! I.Want.More. ...

    I was utterly delighted to get my hands on a copy of How Long ?til Black Future Month. Short story collections are generally a struggle for me, but I?ll read anything Jemisin writes. The variety of these 22 stories is stunning. Some are set in our own world with magical elements, w...

    This was great. Favorites from this collection include: Valedictorian, The Storyteller's Replacement, Walking Awake, Cuisine des Memoires, The Narcomancer, and Henosis. -- MOST ANTICIPATED!!!! ...

    An excellent collection of short fiction that surpassed my already high expectations?though of course this is no surprise, coming from Jemisin. Having only read her Broken Earth trilogy, I greatly enjoyed the opportunity to peek into some of the other fantasy worlds she has created. ...

    This collection was amazing!! I especially loved the last story, "Sinners, Saints, Dragons, and Haints, in the City Beneath the Still Waters". I'm a sucker for anything set during Hurricane Katrina, ESPECIALLY if it includes magical realism. The audiobook was excellent, but I think I'd...

    Jemisin's Broken Earth trilogy is a pretty hard act to follow, but these stories are imaginative, thought-provoking, and well worth a read -- the bittersweet "Cuisine des Memoires" and especially the chilling yet ultimately hopeful "Walking Awake" and "Sinners, Saints, Dragons, and Hai...

    I don't Really know how much I have to say about this book, except that it was very good. It was really fun to read Jemisin's writing in a realistic setting. The variety of writing styles, settings, and stories in this book was very impressive. The characters were all very good. I felt...

    This is an excellent and varied collection of tales set in different periods and different worlds. My favourites include "The Narcomancer", "Sinners, Saints, Dragons..." and "Cusine de Memoires". "The Narcomancer" is a story set in the world introduced in the "Dreamblood Duology"...

    Really, really good. I'm a short story fan, and each of these is a glimpse of a perfectly- conceived, fascinating world. If you like Neil Gaiman, I think you'll like this. ...

  • Jocelyn
    Jan 16, 2019

    How Long ?Til Black Future Month? is simply superb. There wasn?t a story in the twenty-two that didn?t impress. Jemisin is a science fiction and fantasy powerhouse, and that is clear by the sheer variety of tales told?there are a dozen novel-worthy worlds crafted in this volume...

    I don?t think I could be more excited for this. ...

    This was, I?m ashamed to admit, the first N.K. Jemisin book I?ve ever read. I don?t say this because I subscribe to the belief that there are books which are ?required reading? in the fantasy genre (because I absolutely don?t), but rather because on reading the stories in H...

    I?ve recently been making my way through this authors ? Broken Earth ? trilogy ? one book to go- and the way she writes is so creative, beautifully done, so as a fan of short stories generally I was looking forward to this. There is an art to the short story form, not every au...

    Is there even any doubt that this would be fucking fantastic? ...

    Review pending...just know I loved this collection. ??? ??? ??? to buy The Inheritance Trilogy and Dreamblood Duology! Review pending...just know I loved this collection. ????? ????? ????? to buy The Inheritance Trilogy and...

    Based on the title, I was expecting How Long ?til Black Future Month? to be a little more sci-fi leaning and/or a lot more overtly political. But as Jemisin points out in her introduction, just being a black woman writing sci-fi and fantasy that features black characters is a politic...

    Admittedly I?ve only read The Fifth Season but I think I like Jemisin?s short stories better than her novels. She really has a concise way with words that suits this shorter writing exercise so well. Stories that stood out to me: ?Stone Hunger? (marking the early embers of h...

    HOW DOES SHE DO IT?! How in the world is her mind so freaking brilliant? I demand an answer... This is definitely my absolute favorite short story collection I've read so far. I was head over heels for 19 of the stories and only didn't enjoy 3 of them. I can still say with certainty...

    I haven't read any of this author's longer works yet. I figured trying some of her short stories might be a good introduction to her writing (and a quick way to figure out if I'm going to click with it). Goodreads has decided that my thoughts are too big to be contained (either that...

    'In a parallel universe, a utopian society watches our world, trying to learn from our mistakes.' UM NEEEEEED. THIS AND THE REST OF THE SHORT STORIES ...

    A collection of N. K. Jemisin's short stories, including a precursor to her series, The Broken Earth trilogy (which I haven't yet finished). Jeminsin mixes magic, fantasy, and elements of science fiction into this work with no particular focus, but her stories retain a certain essenc...

    AMAZING. Seriously, there is not one bad story in this collection. N.K. Jemisin's combination of fantastical what-ifs, written with incredible intimacy and humanity, is for me a guaranteed recipe for beautiful stories. There were a couple that didn't completely blow me away, but if tha...

    Ahoy there me mateys! I have read five of the author?s novels but had never read any of her short stories. N.K. Jemisin has been making waves by doing cool things like winning the Hugo award three years in a row for every book in her Broken Earth trilogy (which I haven?t read yet!)...

    Death felt himself ignored and forgotten?but that was all right. The young did not often think about Death, but Death was no less eternal for their disinterest. I?ve never read anything of NK Jemisin?s before this and, thanks to the title, cover, and intriguing synopsis, I f...

    Spectacular collection. Loved the lesbian dirigible spy. ...

    This rating pained me, but not as much as finishing this book pained me. And that sucks because I worship the ground Jemisin walks on. But these stories were just a bit too quirky for me - I've never been a fan of magical realism anyway, and the lofty prose and stream of consciousne...

    I enjoyed reading the short stories in this collection a lot. N.K. Jemisin has a knack for this format and I?m glad that she overcame the reservations against it, which she mentioned in her foreword. Some of the stories didn?t move me, yet they weren?t bad ? they just weren?...

    I'm a little in love with this book! My favorites are: -The One Who Stay and Fight -The City Born Great -L'Alchimista -Valedictorian -On The Banks of the River Lex -Non-Zero Probabilities Some of the stories will stay with me for a while, some because the message they tell...

    Every world glimpse left me wanting more. I wanted to hate this for the chapter cliffhangers.... darn it! I.Want.More. ...

    I was utterly delighted to get my hands on a copy of How Long ?til Black Future Month. Short story collections are generally a struggle for me, but I?ll read anything Jemisin writes. The variety of these 22 stories is stunning. Some are set in our own world with magical elements, w...

    This was great. Favorites from this collection include: Valedictorian, The Storyteller's Replacement, Walking Awake, Cuisine des Memoires, The Narcomancer, and Henosis. -- MOST ANTICIPATED!!!! ...

    An excellent collection of short fiction that surpassed my already high expectations?though of course this is no surprise, coming from Jemisin. Having only read her Broken Earth trilogy, I greatly enjoyed the opportunity to peek into some of the other fantasy worlds she has created. ...

    This collection was amazing!! I especially loved the last story, "Sinners, Saints, Dragons, and Haints, in the City Beneath the Still Waters". I'm a sucker for anything set during Hurricane Katrina, ESPECIALLY if it includes magical realism. The audiobook was excellent, but I think I'd...

  • Katy
    Sep 21, 2018

    How Long ?Til Black Future Month? is simply superb. There wasn?t a story in the twenty-two that didn?t impress. Jemisin is a science fiction and fantasy powerhouse, and that is clear by the sheer variety of tales told?there are a dozen novel-worthy worlds crafted in this volume...

    I don?t think I could be more excited for this. ...

    This was, I?m ashamed to admit, the first N.K. Jemisin book I?ve ever read. I don?t say this because I subscribe to the belief that there are books which are ?required reading? in the fantasy genre (because I absolutely don?t), but rather because on reading the stories in H...

    I?ve recently been making my way through this authors ? Broken Earth ? trilogy ? one book to go- and the way she writes is so creative, beautifully done, so as a fan of short stories generally I was looking forward to this. There is an art to the short story form, not every au...

    Is there even any doubt that this would be fucking fantastic? ...

    Review pending...just know I loved this collection. ??? ??? ??? to buy The Inheritance Trilogy and Dreamblood Duology! Review pending...just know I loved this collection. ????? ????? ????? to buy The Inheritance Trilogy and...

    Based on the title, I was expecting How Long ?til Black Future Month? to be a little more sci-fi leaning and/or a lot more overtly political. But as Jemisin points out in her introduction, just being a black woman writing sci-fi and fantasy that features black characters is a politic...

    Admittedly I?ve only read The Fifth Season but I think I like Jemisin?s short stories better than her novels. She really has a concise way with words that suits this shorter writing exercise so well. Stories that stood out to me: ?Stone Hunger? (marking the early embers of h...

    HOW DOES SHE DO IT?! How in the world is her mind so freaking brilliant? I demand an answer... This is definitely my absolute favorite short story collection I've read so far. I was head over heels for 19 of the stories and only didn't enjoy 3 of them. I can still say with certainty...

    I haven't read any of this author's longer works yet. I figured trying some of her short stories might be a good introduction to her writing (and a quick way to figure out if I'm going to click with it). Goodreads has decided that my thoughts are too big to be contained (either that...

    'In a parallel universe, a utopian society watches our world, trying to learn from our mistakes.' UM NEEEEEED. THIS AND THE REST OF THE SHORT STORIES ...

    A collection of N. K. Jemisin's short stories, including a precursor to her series, The Broken Earth trilogy (which I haven't yet finished). Jeminsin mixes magic, fantasy, and elements of science fiction into this work with no particular focus, but her stories retain a certain essenc...

    AMAZING. Seriously, there is not one bad story in this collection. N.K. Jemisin's combination of fantastical what-ifs, written with incredible intimacy and humanity, is for me a guaranteed recipe for beautiful stories. There were a couple that didn't completely blow me away, but if tha...

    Ahoy there me mateys! I have read five of the author?s novels but had never read any of her short stories. N.K. Jemisin has been making waves by doing cool things like winning the Hugo award three years in a row for every book in her Broken Earth trilogy (which I haven?t read yet!)...

    Death felt himself ignored and forgotten?but that was all right. The young did not often think about Death, but Death was no less eternal for their disinterest. I?ve never read anything of NK Jemisin?s before this and, thanks to the title, cover, and intriguing synopsis, I f...

    Spectacular collection. Loved the lesbian dirigible spy. ...

    This rating pained me, but not as much as finishing this book pained me. And that sucks because I worship the ground Jemisin walks on. But these stories were just a bit too quirky for me - I've never been a fan of magical realism anyway, and the lofty prose and stream of consciousne...

    I enjoyed reading the short stories in this collection a lot. N.K. Jemisin has a knack for this format and I?m glad that she overcame the reservations against it, which she mentioned in her foreword. Some of the stories didn?t move me, yet they weren?t bad ? they just weren?...

    I'm a little in love with this book! My favorites are: -The One Who Stay and Fight -The City Born Great -L'Alchimista -Valedictorian -On The Banks of the River Lex -Non-Zero Probabilities Some of the stories will stay with me for a while, some because the message they tell...

    Every world glimpse left me wanting more. I wanted to hate this for the chapter cliffhangers.... darn it! I.Want.More. ...

    I was utterly delighted to get my hands on a copy of How Long ?til Black Future Month. Short story collections are generally a struggle for me, but I?ll read anything Jemisin writes. The variety of these 22 stories is stunning. Some are set in our own world with magical elements, w...

  • Rana
    Dec 06, 2018

    How Long ?Til Black Future Month? is simply superb. There wasn?t a story in the twenty-two that didn?t impress. Jemisin is a science fiction and fantasy powerhouse, and that is clear by the sheer variety of tales told?there are a dozen novel-worthy worlds crafted in this volume...

    I don?t think I could be more excited for this. ...

    This was, I?m ashamed to admit, the first N.K. Jemisin book I?ve ever read. I don?t say this because I subscribe to the belief that there are books which are ?required reading? in the fantasy genre (because I absolutely don?t), but rather because on reading the stories in H...

    I?ve recently been making my way through this authors ? Broken Earth ? trilogy ? one book to go- and the way she writes is so creative, beautifully done, so as a fan of short stories generally I was looking forward to this. There is an art to the short story form, not every au...

    Is there even any doubt that this would be fucking fantastic? ...

  • Dawn Christoffersen
    Jan 10, 2019

    How Long ?Til Black Future Month? is simply superb. There wasn?t a story in the twenty-two that didn?t impress. Jemisin is a science fiction and fantasy powerhouse, and that is clear by the sheer variety of tales told?there are a dozen novel-worthy worlds crafted in this volume...

    I don?t think I could be more excited for this. ...

    This was, I?m ashamed to admit, the first N.K. Jemisin book I?ve ever read. I don?t say this because I subscribe to the belief that there are books which are ?required reading? in the fantasy genre (because I absolutely don?t), but rather because on reading the stories in H...

    I?ve recently been making my way through this authors ? Broken Earth ? trilogy ? one book to go- and the way she writes is so creative, beautifully done, so as a fan of short stories generally I was looking forward to this. There is an art to the short story form, not every au...

    Is there even any doubt that this would be fucking fantastic? ...

    Review pending...just know I loved this collection. ??? ??? ??? to buy The Inheritance Trilogy and Dreamblood Duology! Review pending...just know I loved this collection. ????? ????? ????? to buy The Inheritance Trilogy and...

    Based on the title, I was expecting How Long ?til Black Future Month? to be a little more sci-fi leaning and/or a lot more overtly political. But as Jemisin points out in her introduction, just being a black woman writing sci-fi and fantasy that features black characters is a politic...

    Admittedly I?ve only read The Fifth Season but I think I like Jemisin?s short stories better than her novels. She really has a concise way with words that suits this shorter writing exercise so well. Stories that stood out to me: ?Stone Hunger? (marking the early embers of h...

  • Liz Barnsley
    Nov 20, 2018

    How Long ?Til Black Future Month? is simply superb. There wasn?t a story in the twenty-two that didn?t impress. Jemisin is a science fiction and fantasy powerhouse, and that is clear by the sheer variety of tales told?there are a dozen novel-worthy worlds crafted in this volume...

    I don?t think I could be more excited for this. ...

    This was, I?m ashamed to admit, the first N.K. Jemisin book I?ve ever read. I don?t say this because I subscribe to the belief that there are books which are ?required reading? in the fantasy genre (because I absolutely don?t), but rather because on reading the stories in H...

    I?ve recently been making my way through this authors ? Broken Earth ? trilogy ? one book to go- and the way she writes is so creative, beautifully done, so as a fan of short stories generally I was looking forward to this. There is an art to the short story form, not every au...

  • Kaa
    Dec 17, 2018

    How Long ?Til Black Future Month? is simply superb. There wasn?t a story in the twenty-two that didn?t impress. Jemisin is a science fiction and fantasy powerhouse, and that is clear by the sheer variety of tales told?there are a dozen novel-worthy worlds crafted in this volume...

    I don?t think I could be more excited for this. ...

    This was, I?m ashamed to admit, the first N.K. Jemisin book I?ve ever read. I don?t say this because I subscribe to the belief that there are books which are ?required reading? in the fantasy genre (because I absolutely don?t), but rather because on reading the stories in H...

    I?ve recently been making my way through this authors ? Broken Earth ? trilogy ? one book to go- and the way she writes is so creative, beautifully done, so as a fan of short stories generally I was looking forward to this. There is an art to the short story form, not every au...

    Is there even any doubt that this would be fucking fantastic? ...

    Review pending...just know I loved this collection. ??? ??? ??? to buy The Inheritance Trilogy and Dreamblood Duology! Review pending...just know I loved this collection. ????? ????? ????? to buy The Inheritance Trilogy and...

    Based on the title, I was expecting How Long ?til Black Future Month? to be a little more sci-fi leaning and/or a lot more overtly political. But as Jemisin points out in her introduction, just being a black woman writing sci-fi and fantasy that features black characters is a politic...

    Admittedly I?ve only read The Fifth Season but I think I like Jemisin?s short stories better than her novels. She really has a concise way with words that suits this shorter writing exercise so well. Stories that stood out to me: ?Stone Hunger? (marking the early embers of h...

    HOW DOES SHE DO IT?! How in the world is her mind so freaking brilliant? I demand an answer... This is definitely my absolute favorite short story collection I've read so far. I was head over heels for 19 of the stories and only didn't enjoy 3 of them. I can still say with certainty...

    I haven't read any of this author's longer works yet. I figured trying some of her short stories might be a good introduction to her writing (and a quick way to figure out if I'm going to click with it). Goodreads has decided that my thoughts are too big to be contained (either that...

    'In a parallel universe, a utopian society watches our world, trying to learn from our mistakes.' UM NEEEEEED. THIS AND THE REST OF THE SHORT STORIES ...

    A collection of N. K. Jemisin's short stories, including a precursor to her series, The Broken Earth trilogy (which I haven't yet finished). Jeminsin mixes magic, fantasy, and elements of science fiction into this work with no particular focus, but her stories retain a certain essenc...

    AMAZING. Seriously, there is not one bad story in this collection. N.K. Jemisin's combination of fantastical what-ifs, written with incredible intimacy and humanity, is for me a guaranteed recipe for beautiful stories. There were a couple that didn't completely blow me away, but if tha...

  • Maia
    Jan 16, 2019

    How Long ?Til Black Future Month? is simply superb. There wasn?t a story in the twenty-two that didn?t impress. Jemisin is a science fiction and fantasy powerhouse, and that is clear by the sheer variety of tales told?there are a dozen novel-worthy worlds crafted in this volume...

    I don?t think I could be more excited for this. ...

    This was, I?m ashamed to admit, the first N.K. Jemisin book I?ve ever read. I don?t say this because I subscribe to the belief that there are books which are ?required reading? in the fantasy genre (because I absolutely don?t), but rather because on reading the stories in H...

    I?ve recently been making my way through this authors ? Broken Earth ? trilogy ? one book to go- and the way she writes is so creative, beautifully done, so as a fan of short stories generally I was looking forward to this. There is an art to the short story form, not every au...

    Is there even any doubt that this would be fucking fantastic? ...

    Review pending...just know I loved this collection. ??? ??? ??? to buy The Inheritance Trilogy and Dreamblood Duology! Review pending...just know I loved this collection. ????? ????? ????? to buy The Inheritance Trilogy and...

    Based on the title, I was expecting How Long ?til Black Future Month? to be a little more sci-fi leaning and/or a lot more overtly political. But as Jemisin points out in her introduction, just being a black woman writing sci-fi and fantasy that features black characters is a politic...

    Admittedly I?ve only read The Fifth Season but I think I like Jemisin?s short stories better than her novels. She really has a concise way with words that suits this shorter writing exercise so well. Stories that stood out to me: ?Stone Hunger? (marking the early embers of h...

    HOW DOES SHE DO IT?! How in the world is her mind so freaking brilliant? I demand an answer... This is definitely my absolute favorite short story collection I've read so far. I was head over heels for 19 of the stories and only didn't enjoy 3 of them. I can still say with certainty...

    I haven't read any of this author's longer works yet. I figured trying some of her short stories might be a good introduction to her writing (and a quick way to figure out if I'm going to click with it). Goodreads has decided that my thoughts are too big to be contained (either that...

    'In a parallel universe, a utopian society watches our world, trying to learn from our mistakes.' UM NEEEEEED. THIS AND THE REST OF THE SHORT STORIES ...

    A collection of N. K. Jemisin's short stories, including a precursor to her series, The Broken Earth trilogy (which I haven't yet finished). Jeminsin mixes magic, fantasy, and elements of science fiction into this work with no particular focus, but her stories retain a certain essenc...

    AMAZING. Seriously, there is not one bad story in this collection. N.K. Jemisin's combination of fantastical what-ifs, written with incredible intimacy and humanity, is for me a guaranteed recipe for beautiful stories. There were a couple that didn't completely blow me away, but if tha...

    Ahoy there me mateys! I have read five of the author?s novels but had never read any of her short stories. N.K. Jemisin has been making waves by doing cool things like winning the Hugo award three years in a row for every book in her Broken Earth trilogy (which I haven?t read yet!)...

    Death felt himself ignored and forgotten?but that was all right. The young did not often think about Death, but Death was no less eternal for their disinterest. I?ve never read anything of NK Jemisin?s before this and, thanks to the title, cover, and intriguing synopsis, I f...

    Spectacular collection. Loved the lesbian dirigible spy. ...

    This rating pained me, but not as much as finishing this book pained me. And that sucks because I worship the ground Jemisin walks on. But these stories were just a bit too quirky for me - I've never been a fan of magical realism anyway, and the lofty prose and stream of consciousne...

    I enjoyed reading the short stories in this collection a lot. N.K. Jemisin has a knack for this format and I?m glad that she overcame the reservations against it, which she mentioned in her foreword. Some of the stories didn?t move me, yet they weren?t bad ? they just weren?...

    I'm a little in love with this book! My favorites are: -The One Who Stay and Fight -The City Born Great -L'Alchimista -Valedictorian -On The Banks of the River Lex -Non-Zero Probabilities Some of the stories will stay with me for a while, some because the message they tell...

  • Hiu Gregg
    Dec 17, 2018

    How Long ?Til Black Future Month? is simply superb. There wasn?t a story in the twenty-two that didn?t impress. Jemisin is a science fiction and fantasy powerhouse, and that is clear by the sheer variety of tales told?there are a dozen novel-worthy worlds crafted in this volume...

    I don?t think I could be more excited for this. ...

    This was, I?m ashamed to admit, the first N.K. Jemisin book I?ve ever read. I don?t say this because I subscribe to the belief that there are books which are ?required reading? in the fantasy genre (because I absolutely don?t), but rather because on reading the stories in H...

  • Linda
    Jul 17, 2018

    How Long ?Til Black Future Month? is simply superb. There wasn?t a story in the twenty-two that didn?t impress. Jemisin is a science fiction and fantasy powerhouse, and that is clear by the sheer variety of tales told?there are a dozen novel-worthy worlds crafted in this volume...

    I don?t think I could be more excited for this. ...

    This was, I?m ashamed to admit, the first N.K. Jemisin book I?ve ever read. I don?t say this because I subscribe to the belief that there are books which are ?required reading? in the fantasy genre (because I absolutely don?t), but rather because on reading the stories in H...

    I?ve recently been making my way through this authors ? Broken Earth ? trilogy ? one book to go- and the way she writes is so creative, beautifully done, so as a fan of short stories generally I was looking forward to this. There is an art to the short story form, not every au...

    Is there even any doubt that this would be fucking fantastic? ...

    Review pending...just know I loved this collection. ??? ??? ??? to buy The Inheritance Trilogy and Dreamblood Duology! Review pending...just know I loved this collection. ????? ????? ????? to buy The Inheritance Trilogy and...

    Based on the title, I was expecting How Long ?til Black Future Month? to be a little more sci-fi leaning and/or a lot more overtly political. But as Jemisin points out in her introduction, just being a black woman writing sci-fi and fantasy that features black characters is a politic...

    Admittedly I?ve only read The Fifth Season but I think I like Jemisin?s short stories better than her novels. She really has a concise way with words that suits this shorter writing exercise so well. Stories that stood out to me: ?Stone Hunger? (marking the early embers of h...

    HOW DOES SHE DO IT?! How in the world is her mind so freaking brilliant? I demand an answer... This is definitely my absolute favorite short story collection I've read so far. I was head over heels for 19 of the stories and only didn't enjoy 3 of them. I can still say with certainty...

    I haven't read any of this author's longer works yet. I figured trying some of her short stories might be a good introduction to her writing (and a quick way to figure out if I'm going to click with it). Goodreads has decided that my thoughts are too big to be contained (either that...

    'In a parallel universe, a utopian society watches our world, trying to learn from our mistakes.' UM NEEEEEED. THIS AND THE REST OF THE SHORT STORIES ...

    A collection of N. K. Jemisin's short stories, including a precursor to her series, The Broken Earth trilogy (which I haven't yet finished). Jeminsin mixes magic, fantasy, and elements of science fiction into this work with no particular focus, but her stories retain a certain essenc...

    AMAZING. Seriously, there is not one bad story in this collection. N.K. Jemisin's combination of fantastical what-ifs, written with incredible intimacy and humanity, is for me a guaranteed recipe for beautiful stories. There were a couple that didn't completely blow me away, but if tha...

    Ahoy there me mateys! I have read five of the author?s novels but had never read any of her short stories. N.K. Jemisin has been making waves by doing cool things like winning the Hugo award three years in a row for every book in her Broken Earth trilogy (which I haven?t read yet!)...

    Death felt himself ignored and forgotten?but that was all right. The young did not often think about Death, but Death was no less eternal for their disinterest. I?ve never read anything of NK Jemisin?s before this and, thanks to the title, cover, and intriguing synopsis, I f...

    Spectacular collection. Loved the lesbian dirigible spy. ...

    This rating pained me, but not as much as finishing this book pained me. And that sucks because I worship the ground Jemisin walks on. But these stories were just a bit too quirky for me - I've never been a fan of magical realism anyway, and the lofty prose and stream of consciousne...

    I enjoyed reading the short stories in this collection a lot. N.K. Jemisin has a knack for this format and I?m glad that she overcame the reservations against it, which she mentioned in her foreword. Some of the stories didn?t move me, yet they weren?t bad ? they just weren?...

    I'm a little in love with this book! My favorites are: -The One Who Stay and Fight -The City Born Great -L'Alchimista -Valedictorian -On The Banks of the River Lex -Non-Zero Probabilities Some of the stories will stay with me for a while, some because the message they tell...

    Every world glimpse left me wanting more. I wanted to hate this for the chapter cliffhangers.... darn it! I.Want.More. ...

    I was utterly delighted to get my hands on a copy of How Long ?til Black Future Month. Short story collections are generally a struggle for me, but I?ll read anything Jemisin writes. The variety of these 22 stories is stunning. Some are set in our own world with magical elements, w...

    This was great. Favorites from this collection include: Valedictorian, The Storyteller's Replacement, Walking Awake, Cuisine des Memoires, The Narcomancer, and Henosis. -- MOST ANTICIPATED!!!! ...

  • Ciera
    Dec 07, 2018

    How Long ?Til Black Future Month? is simply superb. There wasn?t a story in the twenty-two that didn?t impress. Jemisin is a science fiction and fantasy powerhouse, and that is clear by the sheer variety of tales told?there are a dozen novel-worthy worlds crafted in this volume...

    I don?t think I could be more excited for this. ...

    This was, I?m ashamed to admit, the first N.K. Jemisin book I?ve ever read. I don?t say this because I subscribe to the belief that there are books which are ?required reading? in the fantasy genre (because I absolutely don?t), but rather because on reading the stories in H...

    I?ve recently been making my way through this authors ? Broken Earth ? trilogy ? one book to go- and the way she writes is so creative, beautifully done, so as a fan of short stories generally I was looking forward to this. There is an art to the short story form, not every au...

    Is there even any doubt that this would be fucking fantastic? ...

    Review pending...just know I loved this collection. ??? ??? ??? to buy The Inheritance Trilogy and Dreamblood Duology! Review pending...just know I loved this collection. ????? ????? ????? to buy The Inheritance Trilogy and...

    Based on the title, I was expecting How Long ?til Black Future Month? to be a little more sci-fi leaning and/or a lot more overtly political. But as Jemisin points out in her introduction, just being a black woman writing sci-fi and fantasy that features black characters is a politic...

    Admittedly I?ve only read The Fifth Season but I think I like Jemisin?s short stories better than her novels. She really has a concise way with words that suits this shorter writing exercise so well. Stories that stood out to me: ?Stone Hunger? (marking the early embers of h...

    HOW DOES SHE DO IT?! How in the world is her mind so freaking brilliant? I demand an answer... This is definitely my absolute favorite short story collection I've read so far. I was head over heels for 19 of the stories and only didn't enjoy 3 of them. I can still say with certainty...

    I haven't read any of this author's longer works yet. I figured trying some of her short stories might be a good introduction to her writing (and a quick way to figure out if I'm going to click with it). Goodreads has decided that my thoughts are too big to be contained (either that...

    'In a parallel universe, a utopian society watches our world, trying to learn from our mistakes.' UM NEEEEEED. THIS AND THE REST OF THE SHORT STORIES ...

    A collection of N. K. Jemisin's short stories, including a precursor to her series, The Broken Earth trilogy (which I haven't yet finished). Jeminsin mixes magic, fantasy, and elements of science fiction into this work with no particular focus, but her stories retain a certain essenc...

    AMAZING. Seriously, there is not one bad story in this collection. N.K. Jemisin's combination of fantastical what-ifs, written with incredible intimacy and humanity, is for me a guaranteed recipe for beautiful stories. There were a couple that didn't completely blow me away, but if tha...

    Ahoy there me mateys! I have read five of the author?s novels but had never read any of her short stories. N.K. Jemisin has been making waves by doing cool things like winning the Hugo award three years in a row for every book in her Broken Earth trilogy (which I haven?t read yet!)...

    Death felt himself ignored and forgotten?but that was all right. The young did not often think about Death, but Death was no less eternal for their disinterest. I?ve never read anything of NK Jemisin?s before this and, thanks to the title, cover, and intriguing synopsis, I f...

    Spectacular collection. Loved the lesbian dirigible spy. ...

    This rating pained me, but not as much as finishing this book pained me. And that sucks because I worship the ground Jemisin walks on. But these stories were just a bit too quirky for me - I've never been a fan of magical realism anyway, and the lofty prose and stream of consciousne...

  • Kara
    Jan 01, 2019

    How Long ?Til Black Future Month? is simply superb. There wasn?t a story in the twenty-two that didn?t impress. Jemisin is a science fiction and fantasy powerhouse, and that is clear by the sheer variety of tales told?there are a dozen novel-worthy worlds crafted in this volume...

    I don?t think I could be more excited for this. ...

    This was, I?m ashamed to admit, the first N.K. Jemisin book I?ve ever read. I don?t say this because I subscribe to the belief that there are books which are ?required reading? in the fantasy genre (because I absolutely don?t), but rather because on reading the stories in H...

    I?ve recently been making my way through this authors ? Broken Earth ? trilogy ? one book to go- and the way she writes is so creative, beautifully done, so as a fan of short stories generally I was looking forward to this. There is an art to the short story form, not every au...

    Is there even any doubt that this would be fucking fantastic? ...

    Review pending...just know I loved this collection. ??? ??? ??? to buy The Inheritance Trilogy and Dreamblood Duology! Review pending...just know I loved this collection. ????? ????? ????? to buy The Inheritance Trilogy and...

    Based on the title, I was expecting How Long ?til Black Future Month? to be a little more sci-fi leaning and/or a lot more overtly political. But as Jemisin points out in her introduction, just being a black woman writing sci-fi and fantasy that features black characters is a politic...

    Admittedly I?ve only read The Fifth Season but I think I like Jemisin?s short stories better than her novels. She really has a concise way with words that suits this shorter writing exercise so well. Stories that stood out to me: ?Stone Hunger? (marking the early embers of h...

    HOW DOES SHE DO IT?! How in the world is her mind so freaking brilliant? I demand an answer... This is definitely my absolute favorite short story collection I've read so far. I was head over heels for 19 of the stories and only didn't enjoy 3 of them. I can still say with certainty...

    I haven't read any of this author's longer works yet. I figured trying some of her short stories might be a good introduction to her writing (and a quick way to figure out if I'm going to click with it). Goodreads has decided that my thoughts are too big to be contained (either that...

    'In a parallel universe, a utopian society watches our world, trying to learn from our mistakes.' UM NEEEEEED. THIS AND THE REST OF THE SHORT STORIES ...

    A collection of N. K. Jemisin's short stories, including a precursor to her series, The Broken Earth trilogy (which I haven't yet finished). Jeminsin mixes magic, fantasy, and elements of science fiction into this work with no particular focus, but her stories retain a certain essenc...

    AMAZING. Seriously, there is not one bad story in this collection. N.K. Jemisin's combination of fantastical what-ifs, written with incredible intimacy and humanity, is for me a guaranteed recipe for beautiful stories. There were a couple that didn't completely blow me away, but if tha...

    Ahoy there me mateys! I have read five of the author?s novels but had never read any of her short stories. N.K. Jemisin has been making waves by doing cool things like winning the Hugo award three years in a row for every book in her Broken Earth trilogy (which I haven?t read yet!)...

    Death felt himself ignored and forgotten?but that was all right. The young did not often think about Death, but Death was no less eternal for their disinterest. I?ve never read anything of NK Jemisin?s before this and, thanks to the title, cover, and intriguing synopsis, I f...

    Spectacular collection. Loved the lesbian dirigible spy. ...

    This rating pained me, but not as much as finishing this book pained me. And that sucks because I worship the ground Jemisin walks on. But these stories were just a bit too quirky for me - I've never been a fan of magical realism anyway, and the lofty prose and stream of consciousne...

    I enjoyed reading the short stories in this collection a lot. N.K. Jemisin has a knack for this format and I?m glad that she overcame the reservations against it, which she mentioned in her foreword. Some of the stories didn?t move me, yet they weren?t bad ? they just weren?...

    I'm a little in love with this book! My favorites are: -The One Who Stay and Fight -The City Born Great -L'Alchimista -Valedictorian -On The Banks of the River Lex -Non-Zero Probabilities Some of the stories will stay with me for a while, some because the message they tell...

    Every world glimpse left me wanting more. I wanted to hate this for the chapter cliffhangers.... darn it! I.Want.More. ...

    I was utterly delighted to get my hands on a copy of How Long ?til Black Future Month. Short story collections are generally a struggle for me, but I?ll read anything Jemisin writes. The variety of these 22 stories is stunning. Some are set in our own world with magical elements, w...

    This was great. Favorites from this collection include: Valedictorian, The Storyteller's Replacement, Walking Awake, Cuisine des Memoires, The Narcomancer, and Henosis. -- MOST ANTICIPATED!!!! ...

    An excellent collection of short fiction that surpassed my already high expectations?though of course this is no surprise, coming from Jemisin. Having only read her Broken Earth trilogy, I greatly enjoyed the opportunity to peek into some of the other fantasy worlds she has created. ...

  • Claudia ✨
    Oct 26, 2018

    How Long ?Til Black Future Month? is simply superb. There wasn?t a story in the twenty-two that didn?t impress. Jemisin is a science fiction and fantasy powerhouse, and that is clear by the sheer variety of tales told?there are a dozen novel-worthy worlds crafted in this volume...

    I don?t think I could be more excited for this. ...

    This was, I?m ashamed to admit, the first N.K. Jemisin book I?ve ever read. I don?t say this because I subscribe to the belief that there are books which are ?required reading? in the fantasy genre (because I absolutely don?t), but rather because on reading the stories in H...

    I?ve recently been making my way through this authors ? Broken Earth ? trilogy ? one book to go- and the way she writes is so creative, beautifully done, so as a fan of short stories generally I was looking forward to this. There is an art to the short story form, not every au...

    Is there even any doubt that this would be fucking fantastic? ...

    Review pending...just know I loved this collection. ??? ??? ??? to buy The Inheritance Trilogy and Dreamblood Duology! Review pending...just know I loved this collection. ????? ????? ????? to buy The Inheritance Trilogy and...

    Based on the title, I was expecting How Long ?til Black Future Month? to be a little more sci-fi leaning and/or a lot more overtly political. But as Jemisin points out in her introduction, just being a black woman writing sci-fi and fantasy that features black characters is a politic...

    Admittedly I?ve only read The Fifth Season but I think I like Jemisin?s short stories better than her novels. She really has a concise way with words that suits this shorter writing exercise so well. Stories that stood out to me: ?Stone Hunger? (marking the early embers of h...

    HOW DOES SHE DO IT?! How in the world is her mind so freaking brilliant? I demand an answer... This is definitely my absolute favorite short story collection I've read so far. I was head over heels for 19 of the stories and only didn't enjoy 3 of them. I can still say with certainty...

    I haven't read any of this author's longer works yet. I figured trying some of her short stories might be a good introduction to her writing (and a quick way to figure out if I'm going to click with it). Goodreads has decided that my thoughts are too big to be contained (either that...

    'In a parallel universe, a utopian society watches our world, trying to learn from our mistakes.' UM NEEEEEED. THIS AND THE REST OF THE SHORT STORIES ...

    A collection of N. K. Jemisin's short stories, including a precursor to her series, The Broken Earth trilogy (which I haven't yet finished). Jeminsin mixes magic, fantasy, and elements of science fiction into this work with no particular focus, but her stories retain a certain essenc...

    AMAZING. Seriously, there is not one bad story in this collection. N.K. Jemisin's combination of fantastical what-ifs, written with incredible intimacy and humanity, is for me a guaranteed recipe for beautiful stories. There were a couple that didn't completely blow me away, but if tha...

    Ahoy there me mateys! I have read five of the author?s novels but had never read any of her short stories. N.K. Jemisin has been making waves by doing cool things like winning the Hugo award three years in a row for every book in her Broken Earth trilogy (which I haven?t read yet!)...

    Death felt himself ignored and forgotten?but that was all right. The young did not often think about Death, but Death was no less eternal for their disinterest. I?ve never read anything of NK Jemisin?s before this and, thanks to the title, cover, and intriguing synopsis, I f...

    Spectacular collection. Loved the lesbian dirigible spy. ...

    This rating pained me, but not as much as finishing this book pained me. And that sucks because I worship the ground Jemisin walks on. But these stories were just a bit too quirky for me - I've never been a fan of magical realism anyway, and the lofty prose and stream of consciousne...

    I enjoyed reading the short stories in this collection a lot. N.K. Jemisin has a knack for this format and I?m glad that she overcame the reservations against it, which she mentioned in her foreword. Some of the stories didn?t move me, yet they weren?t bad ? they just weren?...

    I'm a little in love with this book! My favorites are: -The One Who Stay and Fight -The City Born Great -L'Alchimista -Valedictorian -On The Banks of the River Lex -Non-Zero Probabilities Some of the stories will stay with me for a while, some because the message they tell...

    Every world glimpse left me wanting more. I wanted to hate this for the chapter cliffhangers.... darn it! I.Want.More. ...

    I was utterly delighted to get my hands on a copy of How Long ?til Black Future Month. Short story collections are generally a struggle for me, but I?ll read anything Jemisin writes. The variety of these 22 stories is stunning. Some are set in our own world with magical elements, w...

    This was great. Favorites from this collection include: Valedictorian, The Storyteller's Replacement, Walking Awake, Cuisine des Memoires, The Narcomancer, and Henosis. -- MOST ANTICIPATED!!!! ...

    An excellent collection of short fiction that surpassed my already high expectations?though of course this is no surprise, coming from Jemisin. Having only read her Broken Earth trilogy, I greatly enjoyed the opportunity to peek into some of the other fantasy worlds she has created. ...

    This collection was amazing!! I especially loved the last story, "Sinners, Saints, Dragons, and Haints, in the City Beneath the Still Waters". I'm a sucker for anything set during Hurricane Katrina, ESPECIALLY if it includes magical realism. The audiobook was excellent, but I think I'd...

    Jemisin's Broken Earth trilogy is a pretty hard act to follow, but these stories are imaginative, thought-provoking, and well worth a read -- the bittersweet "Cuisine des Memoires" and especially the chilling yet ultimately hopeful "Walking Awake" and "Sinners, Saints, Dragons, and Hai...

    I don't Really know how much I have to say about this book, except that it was very good. It was really fun to read Jemisin's writing in a realistic setting. The variety of writing styles, settings, and stories in this book was very impressive. The characters were all very good. I felt...

    This is an excellent and varied collection of tales set in different periods and different worlds. My favourites include "The Narcomancer", "Sinners, Saints, Dragons..." and "Cusine de Memoires". "The Narcomancer" is a story set in the world introduced in the "Dreamblood Duology"...

    Really, really good. I'm a short story fan, and each of these is a glimpse of a perfectly- conceived, fascinating world. If you like Neil Gaiman, I think you'll like this. ...

    Everyone who knows me knows what an avid fan of N.K Jemisin I am. I sing her praises to the sky on the daily, and am constantly mesmerised by her talent and brain. How Long 'til Black Future Month? just reminded me of what I already knew; that Jemisin is brilliant, and a master with ...

  • Hannah
    Jul 17, 2018

    How Long ?Til Black Future Month? is simply superb. There wasn?t a story in the twenty-two that didn?t impress. Jemisin is a science fiction and fantasy powerhouse, and that is clear by the sheer variety of tales told?there are a dozen novel-worthy worlds crafted in this volume...

    I don?t think I could be more excited for this. ...

  • Makeda / ColourLit
    Dec 11, 2018

    How Long ?Til Black Future Month? is simply superb. There wasn?t a story in the twenty-two that didn?t impress. Jemisin is a science fiction and fantasy powerhouse, and that is clear by the sheer variety of tales told?there are a dozen novel-worthy worlds crafted in this volume...

    I don?t think I could be more excited for this. ...

    This was, I?m ashamed to admit, the first N.K. Jemisin book I?ve ever read. I don?t say this because I subscribe to the belief that there are books which are ?required reading? in the fantasy genre (because I absolutely don?t), but rather because on reading the stories in H...

    I?ve recently been making my way through this authors ? Broken Earth ? trilogy ? one book to go- and the way she writes is so creative, beautifully done, so as a fan of short stories generally I was looking forward to this. There is an art to the short story form, not every au...

    Is there even any doubt that this would be fucking fantastic? ...

    Review pending...just know I loved this collection. ??? ??? ??? to buy The Inheritance Trilogy and Dreamblood Duology! Review pending...just know I loved this collection. ????? ????? ????? to buy The Inheritance Trilogy and...

  • Hannah Li
    Jan 05, 2019

    How Long ?Til Black Future Month? is simply superb. There wasn?t a story in the twenty-two that didn?t impress. Jemisin is a science fiction and fantasy powerhouse, and that is clear by the sheer variety of tales told?there are a dozen novel-worthy worlds crafted in this volume...

    I don?t think I could be more excited for this. ...

    This was, I?m ashamed to admit, the first N.K. Jemisin book I?ve ever read. I don?t say this because I subscribe to the belief that there are books which are ?required reading? in the fantasy genre (because I absolutely don?t), but rather because on reading the stories in H...

    I?ve recently been making my way through this authors ? Broken Earth ? trilogy ? one book to go- and the way she writes is so creative, beautifully done, so as a fan of short stories generally I was looking forward to this. There is an art to the short story form, not every au...

    Is there even any doubt that this would be fucking fantastic? ...

    Review pending...just know I loved this collection. ??? ??? ??? to buy The Inheritance Trilogy and Dreamblood Duology! Review pending...just know I loved this collection. ????? ????? ????? to buy The Inheritance Trilogy and...

    Based on the title, I was expecting How Long ?til Black Future Month? to be a little more sci-fi leaning and/or a lot more overtly political. But as Jemisin points out in her introduction, just being a black woman writing sci-fi and fantasy that features black characters is a politic...

    Admittedly I?ve only read The Fifth Season but I think I like Jemisin?s short stories better than her novels. She really has a concise way with words that suits this shorter writing exercise so well. Stories that stood out to me: ?Stone Hunger? (marking the early embers of h...

    HOW DOES SHE DO IT?! How in the world is her mind so freaking brilliant? I demand an answer... This is definitely my absolute favorite short story collection I've read so far. I was head over heels for 19 of the stories and only didn't enjoy 3 of them. I can still say with certainty...

  • The Captain
    Jan 15, 2019

    How Long ?Til Black Future Month? is simply superb. There wasn?t a story in the twenty-two that didn?t impress. Jemisin is a science fiction and fantasy powerhouse, and that is clear by the sheer variety of tales told?there are a dozen novel-worthy worlds crafted in this volume...

    I don?t think I could be more excited for this. ...

    This was, I?m ashamed to admit, the first N.K. Jemisin book I?ve ever read. I don?t say this because I subscribe to the belief that there are books which are ?required reading? in the fantasy genre (because I absolutely don?t), but rather because on reading the stories in H...

    I?ve recently been making my way through this authors ? Broken Earth ? trilogy ? one book to go- and the way she writes is so creative, beautifully done, so as a fan of short stories generally I was looking forward to this. There is an art to the short story form, not every au...

    Is there even any doubt that this would be fucking fantastic? ...

    Review pending...just know I loved this collection. ??? ??? ??? to buy The Inheritance Trilogy and Dreamblood Duology! Review pending...just know I loved this collection. ????? ????? ????? to buy The Inheritance Trilogy and...

    Based on the title, I was expecting How Long ?til Black Future Month? to be a little more sci-fi leaning and/or a lot more overtly political. But as Jemisin points out in her introduction, just being a black woman writing sci-fi and fantasy that features black characters is a politic...

    Admittedly I?ve only read The Fifth Season but I think I like Jemisin?s short stories better than her novels. She really has a concise way with words that suits this shorter writing exercise so well. Stories that stood out to me: ?Stone Hunger? (marking the early embers of h...

    HOW DOES SHE DO IT?! How in the world is her mind so freaking brilliant? I demand an answer... This is definitely my absolute favorite short story collection I've read so far. I was head over heels for 19 of the stories and only didn't enjoy 3 of them. I can still say with certainty...

    I haven't read any of this author's longer works yet. I figured trying some of her short stories might be a good introduction to her writing (and a quick way to figure out if I'm going to click with it). Goodreads has decided that my thoughts are too big to be contained (either that...

    'In a parallel universe, a utopian society watches our world, trying to learn from our mistakes.' UM NEEEEEED. THIS AND THE REST OF THE SHORT STORIES ...

    A collection of N. K. Jemisin's short stories, including a precursor to her series, The Broken Earth trilogy (which I haven't yet finished). Jeminsin mixes magic, fantasy, and elements of science fiction into this work with no particular focus, but her stories retain a certain essenc...

    AMAZING. Seriously, there is not one bad story in this collection. N.K. Jemisin's combination of fantastical what-ifs, written with incredible intimacy and humanity, is for me a guaranteed recipe for beautiful stories. There were a couple that didn't completely blow me away, but if tha...

    Ahoy there me mateys! I have read five of the author?s novels but had never read any of her short stories. N.K. Jemisin has been making waves by doing cool things like winning the Hugo award three years in a row for every book in her Broken Earth trilogy (which I haven?t read yet!)...

  • Gabi
    Jan 08, 2019

    How Long ?Til Black Future Month? is simply superb. There wasn?t a story in the twenty-two that didn?t impress. Jemisin is a science fiction and fantasy powerhouse, and that is clear by the sheer variety of tales told?there are a dozen novel-worthy worlds crafted in this volume...

    I don?t think I could be more excited for this. ...

    This was, I?m ashamed to admit, the first N.K. Jemisin book I?ve ever read. I don?t say this because I subscribe to the belief that there are books which are ?required reading? in the fantasy genre (because I absolutely don?t), but rather because on reading the stories in H...

    I?ve recently been making my way through this authors ? Broken Earth ? trilogy ? one book to go- and the way she writes is so creative, beautifully done, so as a fan of short stories generally I was looking forward to this. There is an art to the short story form, not every au...

    Is there even any doubt that this would be fucking fantastic? ...

    Review pending...just know I loved this collection. ??? ??? ??? to buy The Inheritance Trilogy and Dreamblood Duology! Review pending...just know I loved this collection. ????? ????? ????? to buy The Inheritance Trilogy and...

    Based on the title, I was expecting How Long ?til Black Future Month? to be a little more sci-fi leaning and/or a lot more overtly political. But as Jemisin points out in her introduction, just being a black woman writing sci-fi and fantasy that features black characters is a politic...

    Admittedly I?ve only read The Fifth Season but I think I like Jemisin?s short stories better than her novels. She really has a concise way with words that suits this shorter writing exercise so well. Stories that stood out to me: ?Stone Hunger? (marking the early embers of h...

    HOW DOES SHE DO IT?! How in the world is her mind so freaking brilliant? I demand an answer... This is definitely my absolute favorite short story collection I've read so far. I was head over heels for 19 of the stories and only didn't enjoy 3 of them. I can still say with certainty...

    I haven't read any of this author's longer works yet. I figured trying some of her short stories might be a good introduction to her writing (and a quick way to figure out if I'm going to click with it). Goodreads has decided that my thoughts are too big to be contained (either that...

    'In a parallel universe, a utopian society watches our world, trying to learn from our mistakes.' UM NEEEEEED. THIS AND THE REST OF THE SHORT STORIES ...

    A collection of N. K. Jemisin's short stories, including a precursor to her series, The Broken Earth trilogy (which I haven't yet finished). Jeminsin mixes magic, fantasy, and elements of science fiction into this work with no particular focus, but her stories retain a certain essenc...

    AMAZING. Seriously, there is not one bad story in this collection. N.K. Jemisin's combination of fantastical what-ifs, written with incredible intimacy and humanity, is for me a guaranteed recipe for beautiful stories. There were a couple that didn't completely blow me away, but if tha...

    Ahoy there me mateys! I have read five of the author?s novels but had never read any of her short stories. N.K. Jemisin has been making waves by doing cool things like winning the Hugo award three years in a row for every book in her Broken Earth trilogy (which I haven?t read yet!)...

    Death felt himself ignored and forgotten?but that was all right. The young did not often think about Death, but Death was no less eternal for their disinterest. I?ve never read anything of NK Jemisin?s before this and, thanks to the title, cover, and intriguing synopsis, I f...

    Spectacular collection. Loved the lesbian dirigible spy. ...

    This rating pained me, but not as much as finishing this book pained me. And that sucks because I worship the ground Jemisin walks on. But these stories were just a bit too quirky for me - I've never been a fan of magical realism anyway, and the lofty prose and stream of consciousne...

    I enjoyed reading the short stories in this collection a lot. N.K. Jemisin has a knack for this format and I?m glad that she overcame the reservations against it, which she mentioned in her foreword. Some of the stories didn?t move me, yet they weren?t bad ? they just weren?...