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Guest Post: Twisted Moon Magazine

It’s no secret that I’m fond of reading speculative erotica. So, I was delighted when Twisted Moon Magazine launched their first issue. With the second issue due out on Friday (in time for the New Moon, natch), I’ve invited the editors to share a little about their publication. Why erotic speculative poetry? What made us, […]

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Rivqa Rafael

Difficult differences: diversity of racial identity in an intersectional anthology

For today’s post, I’ve invited Rivqa Rafael to discuss her forthcoming anthology¬†Problem Daughters. Problem Daughters will amplify the voices of women who are sometimes excluded from mainstream feminism. It will be an anthology of beautiful, thoughtful, unconventional speculative fiction and poetry around the theme of intersectional feminism, with a specific focus on the lives and […]

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