-a short creepy story about a girl in Northern Nigeria who does something destructive out of desperation.
-a story about a Nigerian astronaut left behind at a space station. The audio potion is read by Nollywood director/actor Tchidi Chikere.
-a story by Nnedi Okorafor and Wanuri Kahiu about robot traffic cops in Kinshasa and what happens when things go wrong.
Poison Fish (WBEZ 91.5, Chicago Public Radio, 2014)
-a story about future Chicago and a deeply polluted Lake Michigan. From WBEZ's "After Water" series. Read by Nnedi Okorafor.
African Sunrise (Subterranean Press, 2012)
-a story about a very dangerous woman
Asunder (African Writer Online, 2007)
-a love story
Biafra (Margin Anthology of Magical Realism, 2005)
winner of the Margin Magical Realism Short Story Contest
From the Lost Diary of Treefrog7 (Clarkesworld Magazine, 2009)
-a story from the world of Zahrah the Windseeker
Spider the Artist (reprint Lightspeed Magazine, 2011)
-a finalist for the WSFA Small Press Award
"In 'Spider the Artist,' Nnedi Okorafor takes us to Nigeria of the future, where Big Oil protects the pipelines with spider-like AIs known as zombies, and tells the tale of a woman who faces down one of the murderous machines armed only with a guitar."
The Book of Phoenix (Clarkesworld Magazine, 2011)
-a story from the world of Who Fears Death
The Go-Slow (Tor.com, 2011)
-a story about Nollywood and destiny
The Palm Tree Bandit (Strange Horizons, 2000)
-a children's story for adults
Who Fears Death, Chapters 1 & 2
-sample chapters of the critically-acclaimed novel
Hello, Moto (Tor.com, 2011)
-a story about what happens when you mix juju, Nollywood, and technology.
Stephen King's Super-Duper Magical Negroes (Strange Horizons, 2004)
-this title is fairly self-explanatory, ;-)