Start a Revolution: Table of Contents

The ToC for Start a Revolution has been finalized, and I’m now making it public:

The anthology will contain 14 original stories, and 2 reprints. As I’ve already said elsewhere, the book’s contributors are, before accounting for gender fluidity and non-binary gendering, ~80% women, and ~25% PoC.

There’s quite a fair amount of PoC content in the book (especially including protagonists), as well as protagonists and a host of other characters who map to Trans*, pansexual, asexual, lesbian, gay, bisexual, genderfluid, genderqueer, and so many other QUILTBAG identities.

This book makes me ridiculously happy.

Start a Revolution will see release from Exile Editions in Spring 2015. Possibly April, though the release month’s not yet fixed. There will be several launches for the book (working on where, though at least one will be in Toronto), and some additional online content (also possibly an online launch if we can arrange it) is already in the works.

Review copies will be available upon request (once review copies are ready to go). And I am very interested to see what people make of this book.

The full ToC (in final story order) is below:

IN THE CITY OF KITES AND CROWS by Megan Arkenberg
MOUNTAINEERING by Leah Bobet
AND IF THE BODY WERE NOT THE SOUL by A.C. Wise
THE HEDGE-WITCH OF WELLAND by Ada Hoffmann & Jacqueline Flay
MADE FLESH by Charlene Challenger
THE SHRINE by Kelly Rose Pflug-Back
THE NEW NEW REVOLUTION by E.L. Chen
QUEEN OF THE FLIES by A.M. Dellamonica
TO FOLLOW THE WAVES by Amal El-Mohtar
LE LUNDI DE LA MATRAQUE (NIGHTSTICK MONDAY) by Claire Humphrey
KENSHŌ by Adam Shaftoe-Durrant
THE ANEURYTIC by Andrew Wilmot
TWO YEAR MAN by Kelly Robson
LISTENING FOR THE DROWNED by E. Catherine Tobler
WEEP FOR DAY by Indrapramit Das
COMET’S CALL by Benjanun Sriduangkaew

I will be posting the final submissions update once I’ve cobbled it together. In the meantime, please share this as widely as possible. And you should also feel free to congratulate the amazing contributors on their exceptional work.

This book is going to be absolutely gorgeous.

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