First Peoples Shared Stories: Gothic Fantasy (Hardcover)
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A mix of new stories from submissions and classic oral traditions from around the world exploring the nature, origins and aspirations of the first peoples across America, Oceania, Africa and Asia.
Following the success of Black Sci-Fi Short Stories comes a powerful new addition to the Flame Tree short story collections: the first peoples in Africa, Asia, Oceania and the Americas, the first migration, the first exploration, the discovery of land and landscape without the footprint of humankind. Stories of injustice sit with memories of hope and wonder, dreamtime tales of creation and joy highlight the enduring spirit of humanity. These stories, selected from submissions by new writers and cast alongside ancient stories and oral traditions from around the world bring new perspectives to the legacy of First Nations, of First Peoples.
Flame Tree Gothic Fantasy, Classic Stories and Epic Tales collections bring together the entire range of myth, folklore and modern short fiction. Highlighting the roots of suspense, supernatural, science fiction and mystery stories, the books in Flame Tree Collections series are beautifully presented, perfect as a gift and offer a lifetime of reading pleasure.
About the Author
Paula Morris MNZM (Ngāti Wai, Ngāti Whātua, Ngāti Manuhiri) is an award-winning novelist, short story writer, essayist and editor from New Zealand. Her novels include Queen of Beauty and Rangatira. She is the founder of Wharerangi, the Māori literature hub and is director of the creative writing programme at the University of Auckland.
Dr. Eldon Yellowhorn is a member of the Piikani Nation and professor of Indigenous Studies at Simon Fraser University. He has published in journals such as Native Studies Review and his research combines archaeology, history and Blackfoot language revitalization. His books include Sky Wolf's Call: The Gift of Indigenous Knowledge.
Marc André Fortin is Associate Professor of English and Comparative Canadian Literature at l’Université de Sherbrooke in Quebec, Canada. His research includes Indigenous literatures, Postcolonial literatures and Ecocriticism, in publications such as Learn, Teach, Challenge: Indigenous Literatures in the 21st Century.
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