Nahoko Uehashi

“Consistently, Uehashi’s works display a respect for native traditions and pre-modern beliefs, not as rivals to science and medicine, but as systems that similarly seek to make sense of the world, sometimes inefficiently, sometimes with a greater degree of success for incorporating spiritual (or in some fantasy settings, magical) elements outside the purview of modern understanding.”

Over at the Encyclopedia of Science Fiction, I write up Nahoko Uehashi, author of The Deer King.

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