Ahmed Best interviews artists, futurists, technologists, scientists,media professionals and anyone in between who are creating the world of tomorrow today. He speaks with author, educator, broadcaster, and journalist Minister Faust about his work and his world of Afritopianism.
Turntablist, media theorist, and Humanities professor at Quest University (I mean, seriously, how awesome a slug-line is that?), Tobias van Veen interviews Minister Faust about the final book in the War & Mir trilogy and his new serialised novel (and Coyotes sequel) The Coyote Kings vs. The Myconauts of Plutonium City.
Minister Faust on Africentric science fiction as a liberationist genreWith filmmaker Danis Goulet and author Drew Hayden Taylor discussing Turtle Island science fiction.
The Edmonton poet, broadcaster and fantasy writer on his first novel, which has been reissued, and the inspiration he draws from ancient African civilisations.
Minister Faust talks with the host of the Edmonton Community Foundation's Well-Endowed Podcast to talk about his contribution to High Level Lit and the neighbourhood called Kush. He discusses the remarkable Somali, Sudanese, South Sudanese, Ethiopian, and Eritrean communities that live in the Boyle-McCauley and Alberta Avenue neighbourhoods.
Robin Shantz from bloginhood interviews Minister Faust on SF, his first loves in the genre including Red Planet and Dune, how his mother shaped his life, Shrinking the Heroes, politics, Breaking Bad, Mystery Men, and Canadian culture and its awkwardness at building mythology.