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- Publisher: Futurefire.net Publishing (August 1, 2013)
- Publication Date: August 1, 2013
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They express a variety of complex viewpoints of colonialism and its impact that resist the simple bad guy/good guy tropes that are so tempting in these cases. Rahul Kanakia’s story “Droplet,” for example, tells about a young man’s maturing as he discovers the truths and lies behind his family’s history in the U.S. and India. Lavie Tidhar’s “Dark Continents” weaves and reweaves several different alternate histories. Sunny Moraine’s non-human protagonist tries to come to terms with memories of genocide in “A Heap of Broken Images.” And J.Y. Yang’s “Old Domes” illustrates how the ghosts of the past and the future can make peace with each other.
If you’re looking for alternative viewpoints in your speculative fiction, this is a very good place to come. And if you’re not interested in your or anyone else’s agenda, but are simply in the market for good, well-written specfic, then We See A Different Frontier belongs on your list as well.