MENU

Author: Zoe S Roy

Born in China, Zoƫ S. Roy, an avid reader even during the Cultural Revolution, writes literary fiction with a focus on women's cross-cultural experiences. Her publications include a collection of short stories, BUTTERFLY TEARS (2009), and three novels, THE LONG MARCH HOME (2011) CALLS ACROSS THE PACIFIC (2015), and SPINSTER KANG (2019), all published by Inanna Publications. She holds an MA in Atlantic Canada Studies from Saint Mary's University and an MEd in Adult Education from the University of New Brunswick. She currently lives in Toronto and is a teacher for the Toronto Public School Board.

Butterfly Tears
Add to Shopping Cart 9780978223373
7 Currently In Stock PAPERBACK $22.95 11/1/2009

Butterfly Tears

Inanna Publications

Fiction. Asian Studies. BUTTERFLY TEARS is a collection of seventeen pieces of short fiction that depict the experiences of Chinese immigrant women facing the challenges of life in a new country. The stories are set in different parts of China, Cana...

Learn More...

Calls Across the Pacific
Add to Shopping Cart 9781771332293
12 Currently In Stock PAPERBACK $22.95 10/15/2015

Calls Across the Pacific

Inanna Publications

Fiction. Asian & Asian American Studies. Amid the Cultural Revolution, Nina Huang says goodbye to her boyfriend and sneaks across the bay by boat to Hong Kong, where she is granted political asylum. After her subsequent immigration to the U.S. and l...

Learn More...

The Long March Home
Add to Shopping Cart 9781926708270
31 Currently In Stock PAPERBACK $22.95 11/22/2011

The Long March Home

Inanna Publications

Fiction. Asian American Studies. THE LONG ROAD HOME is the story of three generations of women, beginning with a grandmother who as a young woman went to China as a Canadian missionary nurse and fell in love with a Chinese medical student acting as ...

Learn More...

Spinster Kang
Add to Shopping Cart 9781771336055
90 Currently In Stock PAPERBACK $22.95 7/7/2019

Spinster Kang

Inanna Publications

Fiction. Asian & Asian American Studies. Women's Studies. Thirty-two-year-old Kang is a new immigrant in Toronto. Having an older sister who was raped and suffers from the ensuing stigma in China, Kang is determined to remain a spinster, which has i...

Learn More...

 
Sign up for SPD e-newsletters