Syllble is a sci-fi and fantasy production house and publisher with the mission of giving diverse writing talent from around the world the ability to connect through collaborative worldbuilding. Founded by Fabrice Guerrier in 2018, our creator-focused project grew into a global network before our eyes allowing for groundbreaking and innovative storytelling through a variety of mediums, styles, and artists.

Syllble’s Saga

Syllble is the place to discover the next generation of creative writers and inspired voices in science fiction and fantasy.

Here at Syllble, we believe creativity born from working together is what naturally leads to new eras of storytelling. We’re welcoming the newest era by providing creative writers and visual artists the spaces they need to own their craft and their content. These spaces are what we like to call fictional worlds, worlds where creatives from any country can access the resources and opportunities they’ve always needed to take their stories to the next level. 

Syllble prioritizes the voices of women, LGBTQ+, and Black creators, Indigenous groups, and all People of Color for fans everywhere to rediscover the heart of science fiction and fantasy! 

Our Team

At Syllble, we pride ourselves on creative excellence and aim to usher a new creator empowered cultural renaissance. We are many artist collectives of writers and visual artists from around the world, the brain trust, Syllble’s publishing imprint Syllble Books and the core team.

Founder of Syllble

Fabrice Guerrier

Founder & CEO 

Imagination Will Save Humanity. This notion is the fuel propelling Haitian-American writer, artist, producer and visionary Fabrice j. Guerrier, award-winning founder of Syllble Studios, a pioneering sci-fi and fantasy production house and publisher that develops diverse writing talent. At Syllble, fabrice leads a radically new process of creating unique fictional worlds by connecting underrepresented creative writers, visual artists and inspired creators from different countries, backgrounds, and cultures through artist collectives. His vision is to bring a new era of storytelling in Hollywood and the Publishing world by building vibrant collectives of underrepresented creators producing together within unique fictional universes, publishing the best original work that emerges and growing these worlds through creative collaborations, content creation, and transmedia.

Fabrice was born and raised in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. He moved to the United States at the young age of 13 in 2004. A prolific writer, Fabrice Guerrier is the author of more than 8+ books and has been featured in The GuardianNY Daily NewsPEN America blog and Brittle Paper Magazine. He has written and spoken about Afrofuturism extensively. He’s a columnist for Haïti Observateur, the oldest US-based Haitian weekly newspaper outside of haiti, founded in 1971, he writes on “Haitian Futurism”, a term he has pioneered. He hosts “The Fabrice Guerrier show,” a podcast that interviews some of the worlds most influential global leaders and creatives minds on their visions for the future of humanity.

In 2012, Guerrier created the Ayitiverse, a science-fantasy shared world that serves as a canvas for his interdisciplinary artistic approach. Through mediums such as science fiction, dark fantasy, essays, worldbuiding, poetry, paintings, and visual arts, he explores the multifaceted legacies of Haiti, the first republic in the world to be founded by former slaves.

Unpacking the force of collaboration and creativity: fabrice’s TEDx Talk, “Gone are the days of the lone genius,” illuminates future transformation and the need for collective thinking. He is a World Economic Forum Global Shaper, a Gabr Fellow at the Shafik Gabr Foundation and a Senior Fellow at Humanity In Action. He was selected as a 2022 PEN Emerging Voices Fellow finalist and a PEN Haiti Fellow by PEN America. He was inducted into Forbes 30 Under 30 list for Art & Style and named to The Root Magazine’s 100 Most Influential African-Americans. Fabrice lives in Los Angeles, California.


Sanford R. Climan

Entertainment Media Ventures, Founder & CEO 

Sandy Climan is CEO of Entertainment Media Ventures, which he founded in 1999. He previously served as part of the senior management at Creative Artists Agency, and was the co-founder of CAA’s corporate practice.

Sandy has held senior executive roles across the entertainment industry, including Corporate Executive Vice President and President of Worldwide Business Development for Universal Studios, executive positions in production and distribution for MGM, and as the first CEO of 3D filmmaking pioneer 3ality Digital. His productions include “U2 3D,” the first digital live-action 3D film, and “The Aviator,” starring Leonard DiCaprio and directed by Martin Scorsese, for which he was awarded a Golden Globe and a British Academy Award.

He has been an active venture investor and advisor, and has served as a bridge between Hollywood, Silicon Valley, and global corporations. He serves on several charitable boards, including the UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television and the American Cinematheque.

Dr. Neil Oculi 

Strategic Advisor

Neil Oculi is an interdisciplinary political geographer. He received his Ph.D. in geography and M.A. in international studies from the University of Connecticut. He also holds a B.A. in human ecology from College of the Atlantic in Bar Harbor, Maine, and studied farm management and rural development at the United World College in Venezuela. He currently is an assistant Professor of Environmental Studies at The University of Portland. For the last 15 years, he has been an official Negotiator of Saint Lucia’s delegation to the United Nations Climate Change Conference.

Neil has taught courses in geography, globalization, and global environmental politics at the University of Connecticut. Before joining the University of Portland, Neil was the resident lecturer in environmental policy and socioeconomic values at the Center for Marine Resource Studies in the Turks and Caicos and an adjunct professor at the University of Hartford, teaching courses in environmental studies and environmental justice. 

His research interests include the vulnerability of small island development state (SIDS), foreign policy analysis, international climate change policy, modeling of sea-level rise within SIDS, and hydro and hydraulic modeling of flood events within SIDS. His research adventures have taken him to Venezuela, Mexico, Tanzania, and the Caribbean, his home region. Born and raised in Saint Lucia, Neil’s passion for environmental justice and climate change sprouted during his time as the president of a local environmental club, the Mabouya Valley Environmental Club, where he managed local environmental projects such as river stabilization, watershed management and education, and youth heritage tourism initiatives.

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