Reclaim the Stars

Seventeen Tales Across Realms & Space

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Pub Date 15 Feb 2022 | Archive Date 01 Mar 2022
St. Martin's Press, Wednesday Books

Description

From stories that take you to the stars, to stories that span into other times and realms, to stories set in the magical now, RECLAIM THE STARS takes the Latin American diaspora to places fantastical and out of this world.

Follow princesses warring in space, haunting ghost stories in Argentina, mermaids off the coast of the Caribbean, swamps that whisper secrets, and many more realms explored and unexplored, this stunning collection of seventeen short stories breaks borders and realms to prove that stories are truly universal.

RECLAIM THE STARS features both bestselling and acclaimed authors, and two new voices in the genres, including Vita Ayala, David Bowles, J.C. Cervantes, Zoraida Córdova, Sara Faring, Romina Garber, Isabel Ibañez, Anna-Marie McLemore, Yamile Saied Méndez, Nina Moreno, Circe Moskowitz, Maya Motayne, Linda Raquel Nieves Pérez, Daniel José Older, Claribel A. Ortega, Mark Oshiro and Lilliam Rivera.

From stories that take you to the stars, to stories that span into other times and realms, to stories set in the magical now, RECLAIM THE STARS takes the Latin American diaspora to places fantastical...


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I was immediately drawn into the premise of Reclaim the Stars, its a really wonderful and fantastical collection. Reclaim the Stars is really magical and other worldly.

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Reclaim the Stars is an enchanting collection. I want all the Latine SFF and this made me so happy and hopeful for all that's to come. My favorites were “Sumaiko Y La Sirena” by Vita Ayala, “White Water, Blue Ocean” by Linda Racquel Nieves Pérez, “Magical Offerings” by Nina Moreno and “Creatures of Kings” by Circe Moskowitz.

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