Terminus: Tales of the Black Fantastic from the ATL

Milton J. Davis (Editor)


Atlanta. ATL. The Rising Phoenix. The City too Busy to Hate. The Black Mecca. Capital of the Deep South. There, between flitting shadows and full moons, exists another world filled with dark creatures, demons, and immortals. Only a thin veil separates the Atlanta you know from this mysterious realm. Nine brave authors risk it all to reveal the crossroads of Southern charm and the Black Fantastic. Y'all ready?

Product Details

$17.95  $16.51
Mvmedia, LLC
Publish Date
May 12, 2018
5.5 X 0.55 X 8.5 inches | 0.69 pounds

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About the Author

Milton Davis is a Black Speculative fiction writer and owner of MVmedia, LLC, a small publishing company specializing in Science Fiction, Fantasy and Sword and Soul. MVmedia's mission is to provide speculative fiction books that represent people of color in a positive manner. Milton is the author of seventeen novels; his most recent is the Sword and Soul adventure Son of Mfumu. He is the editor and co-editor of seven anthologies; The City, Dark Universe with Gene Peterson; Griots: A Sword and Soul Anthology and Griot: Sisters of the Spear, with Charles R. Saunders; The Ki Khanga Anthology, the Steamfunk! Anthology, and the Dieselfunk anthology with Balogun Ojetade. MVmedia has also published Once Upon A Time in Afrika by Balogun Ojetade and Abegoni: First Calling and Nyumbani Tales by Sword and Soul creator and icon Charles R. Saunders. Milton's work had also been featured in Black Power: The Superhero Anthology and Rococoa published by Roaring Lions Productions; Skelos 2: The Journal of Weird Fiction and Dark Fantasy Volume 2, Steampunk Writers Around the World published by Luna Press; Heroika: Dragoneaters published by First Perseid Press, and Bass Reeves Frontier Marshal Volume Two. Milton's story 'The Swarm' was nominated for the 2018 British Science Fiction Association Award for Short Fiction.


Milton Davis and MVMedia have done it again! Terminus is a one of a kind, powerful, and engaging look into the hidden wonders of Atlanta, GA. Known the world over as "HOTlanta," the site of the 1996 Olympics, and the home of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Terminus takes its readers on a journey underneath and in between these historic identifiers. Upon reading this anthology, we are riveted by the possibility that monsters, magical powers, and African folklore inhabit the streets of Atlanta as we see the city through the expansive imaginations of this volume's talented authors. Terminus is an ambitious book filled with narrative twists and turns that leaves you wanting more!
Clint Fluker, PhD
Emory Center for Digital Scholarship

In the end, it becomes obvious that it doesn't matter what country, culture or colour with which you identify - this is a lively anthology with some powerful moments and some wry laughs vying for your attention.

John Lindwood Grant

Editor, Greydogtales.com