An Anthology of Modern Mo‘olelo. Pele in therapy. Maui as superhero. The cannibal king O‘ahu Nui in a world of shady deals and political corruption. The star-crossed naupaka lovers as Honolulu high-school sweethearts. In this one-of-a-kind anthology, old meets new as Hawai‘i’s best writers, including Ian MacMillan, Maxine Hong Kingston, W.S. Merwin, Victoria Kneubuhl, Alan Brennert and more, present favorite myths and legends in surprising contemporary settings.
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About the Author
Editor Christine Thomas is a graduate of Kalaheo High School, the University of California at Berkeley and the University of East Anglia. She contributes literary criticism and feature writing to numerous publications, both national and Hawai‘i-based, and was named Hawai‘i's "Best New Writer" by Bamboo Ridge Press in 2008. Thomas is a former instructor in English and Creative Writing at Punahou School and Hawai‘i Pacific University.