A varied collection of distinct voices.
Afrocentric Books presents twelve tales that will transport you from Regency England to Post-Apocalyptic Africa. From the lofty branches of a mythical tree to the depths of the underworld, Afromyth explores fantastical worlds through the eyes of characters of indigenous African descent.
In Kenya, a man transforms into a lion, while in the antebellum United States, women transform into birds. Spring forward to the present and find a leprechaun in Alabama. And somewhere, in another world, a woman communes with a goddess.