Tenea D. Johnson is a multimedia storyteller, musician, editor, arts & empowerment entrepreneur, and award-winning author of8 speculative fiction works, including Frequencies, a FictionAlbum and Broken Fevers, of which Publisher’s Weekly wrote“the 14 hard-hitting, memorable short stories and prose vignettes in this powerhouse collection … are astounding in their originality” (starred review). Her debut novel Smoketown won the Parallax Award while R/evolution earned an honorable mention that year as well. She’s had the pleasure of presenting her fiction, musical stories, and stories off the page at venues and galleries including the Public Theater, the Knitting Factory, and the Museum of Fine Arts. Her short work appears in anthologies like Mothership: Tales from Afrofuturism andBeyond, Sycorax’s Daughters, and In Trouble. Incandescence, her latest project, is a speculative fiction/dance film collaboration.Her virtual home is teneadjohnson.com. Stop by anytime.