Trouble the Waters
Trouble the Waters

Trouble the Waters

Tales from the Deep Blue

Edited by Pan Morigan, Edited by Sheree Renee Thomas, Edited by Troy Wiggins

FICTION

300 Pages, 6 x 9

Formats: Paperback

Paperback, $19.95 (US $19.95) (CA $26.95)

Publication Date: February 2020

ISBN 9780998705965

Not Yet Published. Estimated release date: February 2020
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Overview

A challenging anthology of science fiction stories from a diverse cast of authors—all centered around the theme of water

In this haunting and imaginative new volume from Rosarium Publishing, speculative fiction authors from around the globe explore the power, mystery, and majesty of water. From Lagos to New Orleans, Reykjavik to Beijing, new and celebrated writers tell us how water, ancient and dangerous, precious and fragile, takes startling new forms. In these remarkable, hallucinatory short stories, water reveals itself as teacher, lover, goddess, and monster; music, treasure, danger, and medicine. Listen to the magic of water as writers such as Andrea Hairston, Nalo Hopkinson, Rion Amilcar Scott, Christopher Caldwell, and others, illuminate for us the source of all life.

Author Biography

Pan Morigan is a songwriter, singer, and poet. She created songs for over 30 original plays for the award-winning theater ensemble, Chrysalis. She has toured with author Andrea Hairston as the musician half of Dangerous Women Inc. As a vocalist, multi-instrumentalist, and performance poet, she performs with Chrysalis Theater and with The Blackbird Effect. As a singer, she toured Europe and Istanbul, with Bobby McFerrin's vocal ensemble, Voicestra. Recently, she edited the forthcoming poetry collection by Tamim Al-Barghouti, In Jerusalem and Other Poems. ShereeRenée Thomas is the 2015 Lucille Geier Lakes Writer-in-Residence of Smith College. She is the author of Shotgun Lullabies: Stories & Poems and is the award-winning editor of the groundbreaking anthology, Dark Matter: A Century of Speculative Fiction from the African Diaspora, a New York Times Notable Book of the Year, and its sequel, Dark Matter: Reading the Bones. Sheree is an alumna of the Clarion West Science Fiction Writers Workshop in Seattle and has served as an awards juror for the Speculative Fiction Foundation, the Carl Brandon Society, and the James A. Tiptree Awards. A Cave Canem Poetry Fellow and New York Foundation of the Arts Fellow, Sheree was awarded the Lee Hope Award for Diverse Voices and the Ledig House / LEF Foundation Award for Fiction. Troy L. Wiggins is a fiction writer and editor based in Memphis, Tennessee. His fiction has appeared in Expanded Horizons and Fireside Fiction magazines, and in the Long Hidden: Speculative Fiction from the Margins of History, Griots: Sisters of the Spear, and Memphis Noir anthologies. His essays and commentary have appeared in Strange Horizons, People of Colo(u)r Destroy Science Fiction, Literary Orphans, and the 2015 edition of Speculative Fiction: The Best Online Reviews, Essays and Commentary. He is co-editor of FIYAH Magazine of Black Speculative Fiction.