Edited by Tom Gammarino, Bryan Kamaoli Kuwada, D. Kealiʻi MacKenzie, & Lyz Soto.
A collection of speculative work that goes beyond the genres of science fiction and fantasy featuring forty-eight established and emerging authors and artists from around the world who have a connection to Hawai’i and the Pacific.
Thoughtfully curated and arranged to amplify each piece within a larger reading experience, SNARING NEW SUNS is a special anthology that experiments with form and mixes genres to include stories and poetry of the supernatural, alternate reality, climate fiction, and more. Plus, art, graphic stories, nonfiction, and even a stage play.
"In this challenged and challenging modern world, we need the upheaval that comes from imagination, speculation, and envisioning our traditions anew. And that is what this collection of speculative writing is about: writing into being new nets for snaring the sun. . ."
Fiction. Poetry. Anthology. Art. Asian & Asian American Studies. Native American Studies. Magazine.