Essays by Asian Women in Horror
by Edited by Lee Murray and Angela Yuriko Smith
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Pub Date 14 Feb 2023 | Archive Date 05 Nov 2022
Black Spot Books Non-Fiction, Black Spot Books Nonfiction
A Note From the Publisher
“Unquiet Spirits is a collection of intimate, insightful essays that will become essential reading for those looking to understand the voice of women of the Asian diaspora in horror. I can’t overstate how important this book is.”
—Priya Sharma, British Fantasy award-winning author of Ormeshadow.
“As an expert in the paranormal I’ve researched ghosts around the globe, but there’s a vast gulf between studying hungry ghosts and fox spirits in scholarly journals, and reading first-hand experience of these extraordinary stories. The pieces in Unquiet Spirits are beautiful, enlightening, poignant, and yes, haunting. This is a must-have book for anyone who is interested in the folklore of Asia and how it has impacted the lives of the women actually living it.”
—Lisa Morton, Bram Stoker Award-winning author of Ghosts: A Haunted History
“A haunting and phenomenally intriguing undertaking. With the variety of perspectives, Unquiet Spirits is powerful, poignant, and very, very moving. An emotionally draining experience in the best way possible!”
—Steve Stred, Splatterpunk-nominated author of Sacrament and Mastodon and reviewer at Kendall Reviews
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