Want to learn more about Afrofuturism or just hear from an award-winning Hoosier author? Come hear Indiana Author Award winner, Maurice Broaddus, speak at Morrisson-Reeves Library.An accidental teacher, an accidental librarian, and a purposeful community organizer, Maurice Broaddus’s work spans genres including science fiction, young adult, steampunk and urban fantasy. Broaddus is passionate about social justice, economic equity, and racial reconciliation. Learn more about Broaddus at MauriceBroaddus.com.The conversation with the Eugene and Marilyn Glick Indiana Authors Award honoree is part of the Indiana Authors Awards Speaker Program, powered by Indiana Humanities and made possible through the generosity of Glick Philanthropies. For more information see https://indianahumanities.org/.This book discussion is made possible with the generous support of the Indiana Humanities Novel Conversation program.
Afrofuturism and "Sweep of Stars" Author Talk