LATINE VOICES IN SPECULATIVE FICTION
My last two young adult novels were speculative (We Light Up the Sky, Never Look Back) so I’m always on the lookout for other authors working in the realm of magical realism, and science fiction. Here’s my list of authors who dip in the disturbingly strange.
This connected short story collection is so very Caribbean (Yoss is Cuban) and so very science fiction.
There are scenes in this slim novel that I still think about. It seamlessly veers from being a hilarious take on the literary world to a dark tale of hidden trauma.
Here are 17 short stories by Latine young adult authors that explores the fantastical through the lens of Latin American diaspora. Plus, I have a short story included!
Set in California, this novel is so trippy and surprisingly heartbreaking. His work reminded me of Italo Calvino.
I loved Ingrid’s first novel, so much so we were in conversation for it at Skylight Books. I’m so excited for her forthcoming memoir since it feels exactly how I want memoirs to read—as close to the otherworldly as possible.