Beyond Binary: Genderqueer and Sexually Fluid Speculative Fiction Brit Mandelo et al.
Speculative fiction is the literature of questions, of challenges and imagination, and what better to question than the ways in which gender and sexuality have been rigidly defined, partitioned off, put in little … More
Heiresses of Russ 2012: The Year’s Best Lesbian Speculative Fiction Connie Wilkins (Editor) et al.
An unexplained astronomical phenomenon brings a woman and her grandfather closer while she questions the meaning of faith. African villagers in need of aid are sent automatons rather than human relief workers. Mermaids… More
Heiresses of Russ 2013: The Year’s Best Lesbian Speculative Fiction Tenea D. Johnson et al.
The 2013 edition of the annual series showcasing the best tales of lesbian-themes fantasy, science-fiction, and the weird, includes such acclaimed authors as Jewelle Gomez, Nisi Shawl, Carrie Vaughn, and Brit Mandelo.… More
Alanya to Alanya L. Timmel Duchamp
Seattle, February 2076. The Marq’ssan bring business as usual to a screeching halt all over the world, and Professor Kay Zeldin joins Robert Sedgewick, US Chief of Security Services, in his war against the invaders.… More
Tsunami L. Timmel Duchamp
Tsunami, the gripping third volume of the five-novel Marq’ssan Cycle, opens in early 2086, immediately after the signing of the Madrid Accords at the conclusion of the Global War. Many countries, including … More
Blood in the Fruit L. Timmel Duchamp
Blood in the Fruit, the hard-hitting fourth volume of the five-novel Marq’ssan Cycle, focuses sharp, analytical attention on human rights issues. The novel opens in October 2086. After ten years’ absence, the… More
Renegade L. Timmel Duchamp
Renegade, the second of the five-novel Marq’ssan Cycle, opens in August 2077 as the Pacific Northwest Free Zone, having survived the first year of its existence, faces both internal and external challenges.… More
Stretto L. Timmel Duchamp
Stretto, the grand finale of the Marq’ssan Cycle, weaves together the major threads of the Marq’ssan story and encourages readers, as Joan Haran says, "to write beyond the ending." The novel,… More
Slow Funeral Rebecca Ore
Bracken County, nestled in the Blue Ridge region of the American South, is like no other place on Earth. Behind its facade of small-town southern life, magic works and corrupts all it touches. Maude Fuller has been running… More
Trouble and Her Friends Melissa Scott
One of the quintessential and award-winning novels of the cyberpunk genre returns in a striking new edition. India Carless, alias Trouble, managed to stay one step ahead of the feds until she retired from life as a hacker… More