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IEET > Contributors > Jonathan Dotse

Jonathan Dotse

Jonathan Dotse is a techno-progressive who seeks to explore, develop, and promote science- and speculative-fiction pertaining to the people of Africa. He is pursuing a bachelor’s degree in Management Information Systems at Ashesi University College, in the Eastern Region of Ghana. Jonathan is currently working on his debut novel; a detective mystery/thriller set in the sprawling metropolis of Accra in the middle of the 21st century. He discusses the future of African science fiction on his blog at afrocyberpunk.com.



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"Children of the Sun"   Ethical Technology  Feb 9, 2013

"#16: Developing World: Beyond the Frontiers of Science Fiction"   Acceler8or.com  Dec 16, 2012

"Virus (Science Fiction)"   Ethical Technology  Sep 14, 2012

"Developing World: Beyond the Frontiers of Science Fiction"   Acceler8or.com  Feb 11, 2012


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