Premee Mohamed

Premee Mohamed is a Nebula, Aurora, and World Fantasy award-winning Indo-Caribbean scientist and speculative fiction author based in Edmonton, Alberta. She is an Assistant Editor at the short fiction audio venue Escape Pod and the author of the ‘Beneath the Rising’ series of novels as well as several novellas. Her short fiction has appeared in many venues and she can be found on her website at

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You’ve got the contract! Your book is coming out! Congrats. Now, you have to promote it. Truth is, even the “big” houses require writers to do much of the marketing footwork themselves, and there’s lots of info on what to do and when. But, for us introverts, the shy, and the neurodiverse, stumping our own work is, at best, a source of fraught ambivalence, and, at worst, a gauntlet of terror. There are ways to push through, though. Come hear from other introverts who’ve made it through marketing in one piece, more or less.

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November 12, 2022 1:00 pm to 2:00 pm

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Join authors as they discuss how they approach the future of this genre and this planet in their work, taking on ever-evolving climate fiction themes of solarpunk, futurisms, optimism and grief, the role of activist literature, and how other works subliminally or explicitly address our relationship with our environment.

Caribbean Futurisms

May 13, 2023 9:00 am to 10:00 am

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Panelists: Glenn Parris, Premee Mohamed, R.S.A. Garcia and E.G. Condé (moderator)

What is the future of the Caribbean? What kinds of futures are Caribbean writers imagining from the rich, complicated history of archipelagoes they call home? How are the African, European, Asian, and Indigenous aspects of Caribbean history, identity, and heritage incorporated in the stories and worlds of Caribbean creators? In this panel, we celebrate Caribbean writers and discuss the promise, challenges, and politics of speculative fiction set in or inspired by the Caribbean. We use an inclusive definition of the Caribbean to include everyone from indigenous peoples like the Kalinago, Taíno, Ciguayo, Guanahatabey, and Garifuna, to diasporic African peoples like the Yoruba, migrants from South and East Asia, and the European powers that colonized the region. Topics discussed include the race, religion, gender, sexual orientation, and the legacies of past and ongoing colonialisms in the region.

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