Insignia 2020: Best Asian Speculative Fiction features 9 short stories set in Japan, China, the Philippines, Malaysia, and India, as well as 6 Chinese fantasy poems (by Mary Soon Lee).
This collection of reprinted works comes from familiar Insignia Series authors, new Insignia Drabbles authors, and first-time contributors, Tutu Dutta and Sayo Onoda.
Special thanks (always!) goes to Toshiya Kamei for providing translations of three stories.
Table of Contents
‘A Matter of Possession’ by Joyce Chng
‘Shadows’ by Celestine Trinidad
‘Kindness’ by Vonnie Winslow Crist
‘Moon Rabbit’ by Jo Wu
The Washing Machine Ate the Socks’ by Sayo Onoda / Toshiya Kamei
‘The Craving’ by Tutu Dutta
‘Lepers’ by Keyan Bowes
‘The Enchantress Princess & the Mysterious Child’
by Massimo Soumaré / Toshiya Kamei
‘Railroad to Potalaka’ by Juan Takai / Toshiya Kamei
‘Meisho’s Dodos’, ‘Lantern Festival’, ‘The Eighth Son of Ganbataar’, ’Lotus Moon’, ‘The Wild Horses Came Hastening’, and ‘How to Weave the Stars’ by Mary Soon Lee
Now available in eBook format, exclusively from Amazon sites (Free for Kindle Unlimited members).
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Reblogged this on Black Wings & White Paper and commented:
new release from Insignia Stories! I don’t have a story in this one, but I’m the editor and publisher ❤