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Afrofuturist writing is a vehicle through which authors reverse, disrupt, confront, disappear or amplify contemporary manifestations of state violence. This article investigates two Afrofuturist short stories written by American diasporic authors and explores how they imagine possibilities for responding to violence produced at the hands of the state. Using conceptions of Necropolitics, racial trauma, rage, and colonial pathologization, the article considers 'alien' and 'beyond human' responsesdoi:10.24134/be.v4i1.169 fatcat:cjn7qivofzcehjtbxnlsd7w7p4