“Imposter Syndrome”

Title“Imposter Syndrome”
Year for Search2016
AuthorsKurisato, Mari [pseud.]
Secondary AuthorsNicholson, Hope, Crossar, Erin, and Beiko, Sam
Secondary TitleLove Beyond the Body, Space and Time: An Indigenous LGBT Sci-Fi Anthology
Pagination87-102
Date Published2016
Publisher[Winnipeg, MB, Canada]
Place PublishedBedside Press
ISBN Number978-0-9939970-7-5
KeywordsFemale author, First Nations author, US author
Annotation

The story is set in a future where all “Non-Citizens” are banned from leaving the failing Earth and travelling to newly discovered inhabitable planets. In the story, the Non-Citizen is an alien, but she carries the memories of a First Nations woman who was among those torn from her family and sent to schools designed to strip them of their identity. 

Pseudonym

Kurisato, Mari [pseud.]

Holding Institutions

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Author Note

First Nations (Cote First Nations Ojibwe Nakawe), disabled, LGBTQIA female author, who lives in the U.S.

Full Text

2016 Kurisato, Mari [pseud.]. “Imposter Syndrome.” In Love Beyond the Body, Space and Time: An Indigenous LGBT Sci-Fi Anthology. Ed. Hope Nicholson with additional eds. by Erin Crossar & Sam Beiko ([Winnipeg, MB, Canada]: Bedside Press, 2016), 87-102. PSt 

The story is set in a future where all “Non-Citizens” are banned from leaving the failing Earth and travelling to newly discovered inhabitable planets. In the story, the Non-Citizen is an alien, but she carries the memories of a First Nations woman who was among those torn from her family and sent to schools designed to strip them of their identity. First Nations (Cote First Nations Ojibwe Nakawe), disabled, LGBTQIA female author, who lives in the U.S.