Home(is)lands: New Art and Writing from Guahan and Hawaii


Despite the vast distance between Hawaii and Guahan (Guam), these islands and their peoples have experienced similar cultural, historical, ecological, and political struggles. Writers and artists from both places have been engaged in unwriting colonial representations and envisioning decolonial futures. This anthology acts as a cross-current between our home(is)lands, weaving our voices across the New Oceania.

Ala Press
Edited by Brandy Nālani McDougall & Craif Santos Perez
119 pp.

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