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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…

  1. “Two Women Worth Watching” by Andrew Drilon
  2. “Ho-We” by Erin Chupeco
  3. “The Chinese Zodiac” by Kristine Ong Muslim
  4. “Pure” by Isabel Yap
  5. “Dimsum” by Christine V. Lao
  6. “August Moon” by Gabriela Lee
  7. “The Captain’s Nephew” by Paolo Chikiamco
  8. “The Stranger at my Grandmother’s Wake” by Fidelis Tan
  9. “Chopsticks” by Marc Gregory Yu
  10. “Fold Up Boy” by Yvette Tan
  11. “The Tiger Lady” by Margaret Kawsek
  12. “The Perpetual Day” by Crystal Koo
  13. “Cricket” by Kenneth Yu
  14. “The Way of Those Who Stayed Behind” by Douglas Candano
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