“Home is Where My Mother’s Heart is Buried”

Title“Home is Where My Mother’s Heart is Buried”
Year for Search2017
AuthorsTalabi, Wole
Secondary TitleFiyah Magazine of Black Speculative Fiction
Volume / Editionno. 2
Pagination71-87
Date PublishedSpring 2017
ISBN Number978-1-911143-55-0
KeywordsMalaysian author, Male author, Nigerian author
Annotation

The story is set on a Mars inhabited by humans and aliens and reflects on human prejudice, gender identity, and the dystopia that was the Nigeria the protagonist had left. 

Additional Publishers

Rpt. in his Incomplete Solutions. Edinburgh, Scot.: Luna Press, 2019), 189-200, with an author’s note on 262

Holding Institutions

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Author Note

The Nigerian author is a chemical/petroleum engineer living in Malaysia.

Full Text

2017 Talabi, Wole. “Home is Where My Mother’s Heart is Buried.” Fiyah Magazine of Black Speculative Fiction, no. 2 (Spring 2017): 71-87. Rpt. in his Incomplete Solutions. Edinburgh, Scot.: Luna Press, 2019), 189-200, with an author’s note on 262. PSt

The story is set on a Mars inhabited by humans and aliens and reflects on human prejudice, gender identity, and the dystopia that was the Nigeria the protagonist had left. The Nigerian author is a chemical/petroleum engineer living in Malaysia.