Category: dystopian fiction
My Cultural Background
efore I could talk, I had always loved rice and kimchi, and I lived off of Filipino food my mom cooked my entire life. Whether it was Hawaiian food, Japanese food, or Filipino food, I identified as a mixed Asian-American. As I grew up, however, partly because of my mental health issues and what happened…
Why Dystopian Fiction: Part One
In retrospect, it seems silly now, but as a kid, the idea of 2 + 2 = 5 fascinated me–how could anyone honestly believe something so untrue to me fact? Looking at today’s political climate, you see just how crucial dystopian fiction can be for society.
Getting to Know James
After reading 1984 and The Handmaid’s Tale in high school, I chose to write dystopian fiction alongside dark fantasy fiction. I began to love the genre, but I also liked dark fantasy; I read a lot of manga and books, so I decided that would be my main writing area. I have two books self-published…