TOC: ‘Lauriat: A Filipino-Chinese Speculative Fiction Anthology’ Edited by Charles A. Tan
Charles A. Tan has posted the table of contents for his upcoming anthology Lauriat: A Filipino-Chinese Speculative Fiction Anthology.
Here’s the book description:
Filipinos and Chinese have a rich, vibrant literature when it comes to speculative fiction. But what about the fiction of the Filipino-Chinese, who draw their roots from both cultures? This is what this anthology attempts to answer. Featuring stories that deal with voyeur ghosts, taboo lovers, a town that cannot sleep, the Chinese zodiac, and an exile that finally comes home, Lauriat: A Filipino-Chinese Speculative Fiction Anthology covers a diverse selection of narratives from fresh, Southeast Asian voices.
Here’s the table of contents…
- “Two Women Worth Watching” by Andrew Drilon
- “Ho-We” by Erin Chupeco
- “The Chinese Zodiac” by Kristine Ong Muslim
- “Pure” by Isabel Yap
- “Dimsum” by Christine V. Lao
- “August Moon” by Gabriela Lee
- “The Captain’s Nephew” by Paolo Chikiamco
- “The Stranger at my Grandmother’s Wake” by Fidelis Tan
- “Chopsticks” by Marc Gregory Yu
- “Fold Up Boy” by Yvette Tan
- “The Tiger Lady” by Margaret Kawsek
- “The Perpetual Day” by Crystal Koo
- “Cricket” by Kenneth Yu
- “The Way of Those Who Stayed Behind” by Douglas Candano
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