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RT to win a hardcover copy of A Thousand Beginnings and Endings! For extra entry, link me to your Amazon/Retail Site review of one of the featured author's other books. List of authors below. ENDS 3/6/18. OPEN INT. if TBD ships to you (sorry, I need free shipping)
1. Roshani Chokshi's story will be a Filipino fairy tale. Her other published works are: The Star-Touched Queen, A Crown of Wishes, Aru Shah and The End of Time.
2. Alyssa Wong will give us a look into The Chinese Hungry Ghost Festival. She's written tons of amazing short stories, my fave is Hungry Daughters of Starving Mother. Find out how you can support her other work here:
3. Lori M. Lee contributes a Hmong folktale that mixes in a sentient android. Her other books include The Gates of Thread and Stone series.
4. Sona Charaipotra will bring us a Punjabi folktake. Her other books include the addictive ballet school thriller Tiny Pretty Things and Shiny Broken Pieces, written with Dhonielle Clayton.
5. Aliette de Bodard's story is a retelling of the Vietnamese fairytale Tam and Cam, as a Viet girl I am 200% ready for this book. Aliette's other works are the Xuya series (space opera meets Viet Culture) and The Dominion of the Fallen series (angels! Paris! dragons!)
E. C. Myers writes a brings together MMO video gaming and Korean culture. His recent novels include Against All Silence and The Violence of Six, find the rest here:
Aisha Saeed brings us a feminist retelling of a South Asian fairytale. Her other books include Written in the Stars & the recent bestseller Amal Unbound.
Preeti Chhibber incorporates Hindu mythology and the Navratri festival. She also hosts Desi Geek Girls, a podcast on popculture. Find examples of her writings here:
9. Renee Ahdieh presents a retelling of a Korean folktale about dokkaebi. Her other books are the beloved series: The Wrath and the Dawn and Flame In The Mist.
10. Melissa de la Cruz brings a story featuring aswang, Filipino vampire witches. Melissa is also the author of the Blue Bloods series, The Witches of East End, Disney Descendants series, Alex and Eliza, plus many many many more.
11. Elsie Chapman edited this anthology and contributes a retelling of Butterfly Lovers, a well known Chinese tales. She's written Dualed, Divided, and Along the Indigo. Also has several upcoming releases that sounds amazing.
12. Shveta Thakrar contributes a retelling of two tales from The Mahabharata. She's also going to feature in the feminist witchy anthology Toil & Trouble. Find a list of her writings here:
13. Cindy Pon will bless us with a retelling of Cowherd Boy and Weaver Girl and I cannot wait. I love her other books which include: Want, Serpentine, and Silver Phoenix.
14. Julie Kagawa writes a story about kitsune, a Japanese shapeshifter. This should tie in nicely with her upcoming Shadow of the Fox. Her other works are well loved and include the Iron Fey series, the Talon series, and the Blood of Eden series.
15. Rahul Kanakia's story is based off The Mahabharata. His debut novel Enter Title Here was published in 2016. Here's a list of his short fiction…
16. Finally, Ellen Oh, co-editor of the collection, needs no introduction as she's a WNDB powerhouse. Her other published works are The Prophecy series, Spirit Hunters, and the Flying Lessons anthology.
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