"ROME"

Title"ROME"
Year for Search2019
AuthorsWilson, G[wendolyn] Willow (b. 1982)
Secondary AuthorsLaValle, Victor (b. 1972), and Adams, John Joseph (b. 1976)
Tertiary AuthorsWilson, G. Willow
Secondary TitleA People’s Future of the United States: Speculative Fiction from 25 Extraordinary Writers
Pagination285-97
Date Published2019
PublisherOne World
Place PublishedNew York
KeywordsFemale author, US author
Annotation

A dystopia set in a United States devastated by climate-change that has privatized all first responders, and a poor district in Seattle had no protection from the regular fires as seen through the eyes of students taking an English-language test required for them to stay in the country. 

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Author Note

U. S. female author (b. 1982) best-known for her comics and fantasy novels and for converting to Islam.

Full Text

2019 Wilson, G[wendolyn] Willow (b. 1982). “ROME.” A People’s Future of the United States: Speculative Fiction from 25 Extraordinary Writers. Ed. Victor LaValle (b. 1972) and John Joseph Adams (b. 1976) (New York: One World, 2019), 285-97. PSt

A dystopia set in a United States devastated by climate-change that has privatized all first responders, and a poor district in Seattle had no protection from the regular fires as seen through the eyes of students taking an English-language test required for them to stay in the country. U. S. female author best-known for her comics and fantasy novels and for converting to Islam.