Tenea D. Johnson
Tenea D. Johnson is an author, musician, and editor. Her work includes the poetry/prose collection, Starting Friction, as well as the novels, Smoketown and R/evolution, in which William Woods first appears. Smoketown won the Carl Brandon Parallax Award, while R/evolution received an honorable mention that year. Her short fiction and poetry have appeared in magazines and anthologies including, Mothership: Tales of Afrofuturism and Beyond. She's performed her musical prose pieces in venues like The Public Theater and The Knitting Factory and also co-edited an edition of the annual lesbian-themed SF anthology Heiresses of Russ. Currently, she’s working on the next book in the R/evolution series and putting her 36-track through its paces. Her virtual home is teneadjohnson.com. Stop by anytime.