Nationality/Tribal Affiliation

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Please note that nationalities listed refer to countries of a character’s descent; they may be of any generation within. In the case of second-world fantasy novels, they may refer to the inspiration of the setting, particularly in the cases where the author is of that background.

(LI/MS = Love Interest/Major Secondary.)

Aboriginal Australian

Algerian

Anishinaabe

Armenian

Bangladeshi

Bhutanese

Brazilian

  • The Henna Wars by Adiba Jaigirdar (Afro-Brazilian/Irish)(LI)
  • “How Not To Die (Again)” by Gabriela Martins in Keep Faith
  • *Here the Whole Time by Vitor Martins
  • Where We Go From Here by Lucas Rocha

Cherokee

Chinese

Cree

Cuban

Dominican

Ecuadorian

Egyptian

Estonian

Ethiopian

Filipino

German

Greek/Greek Cypriot

Guayanese

Haitian

Indian

MG/YA

NA/Adult

Indonesian

  • *Lunar Boy by Jessica and Jacinta Wibowo

Iranian/Persian

YA

Adult

Irish

Israeli

Adult

Italian

YA

Adult

Jamaican

YA

Adult

Japanese

YA

Adult

Korean

YA

Adult

Lakota

  • “Before We Disperse Like Stardust” in Homesick by Nino Cipri

Lebanese

  • This is All Your Fault by Aminah Mae Safi (Lebanese-Palestinian)

Malaysian

Māori

  • Mistland by Laya Rose (webcomic) (Māori-Samoan, Māori-Paheka)

Métis

Mexican

YA

NA/Adult

Nigerian

YA

Adult

Norwegian

Ojibwe

Pakistani

Palestinian

Polish

Portuguese

Puerto Rican

Russian

Salvadoran

Samoan

  • Mistland by Laya Rose (webcomic) (Maori-Samoan)

Scottish

South African

Spanish

Sri Lankan

Syrian

Taiwanese

Thai

  • Hold Me by Courtney Milan (Chinese-Thai)

Turkish

Uruguayan

Vietnamese

Virgin Islander

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