‘Zimmer Land’ by Nana Kwame Adjei-Brenyah

This entire SF-ish collection is intriguing and disturbing, and the title story is certainly also worth a read. I chose this one because it uses that uber-American setting of a theme park to confront violence and identity in interesting ways, much like another story Levar Burton reads aloud—’Welcome to Your Authentic Indian Experience™’ by Rebecca Roanhorse, which you can consider a bonus. 

First published in Friday Black, Mariner Books 2018/riverrun, 2019

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