Today Rasul Palmer interviews Maurice Broaddus, author of Pimp My Airship, and recent recipient of the Eugene and Marilyn Glick Indiana Authors Award for Genre. The topics range from the inspiration of Pimp My Airship, a look at Indiana history, and applications of Afrofuturism to community work.

Conversation with Afrofuturist Maurice Broaddus

Conversation with Afrofuturist Maurice Broaddus

Posted by Kheprw Institute on Friday, September 11, 2020

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For your reading list: A New York Times bestseller is among Indiana Authors Awards winners

Broaddus Wins Indiana Authors Award

Honors keep coming for Maurice Broaddus

A LIST OF ALL THE STORIES TAKING PLACE IN THE “PIMP MY AIRSHIP” UNIVERSE

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