Start a Revolution: QUILTBAG Transmutations

As noted hereStart a Revolution is now a retired project. I’m leaving this page up for the time being while I decide whether to take it down permanently or not. Debating keeping this as a record of where the project stood before shutting it down.

Following the changes noted in this update, I will be publishing Start a Revolution: QUILTBAG Transmutations myself, through the aid of a forthcoming IndieGoGo campaign (running from May 15th – June 15th). Much of the information on the anthology is currently in progress, and will be updated as I have more to share. (Some of it’s also contingent on the success of the crowdfunding.) For now, here’s the information about the anthology that is confirmed (or confirmed enough that I’m comfortable sharing it):

Release date: November 2015

Cover: Forthcoming

From green revolutions to anarchist uprisings. From social compacts to social justice movements. Stories that push boundaries and identities. That invoke a rebellious voice. That cry out for tolerance, community, and change.

QUILTBAG stories are about diversity in identity. Sometimes that means focusing on finding oneself. But the movement is so much wider. Identity is communal. Identity is global. And this anthology looks to tell those larger stories. Stories about revolution, rebellion, and reshaping the world, all told from QUILTBAG perspectives.

Table of Contents:

“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
“And the Woods are Silent” by Amber van Dyk
“The Shrine” by Kelly Rose Pflug-Back
“The New New Revolution” by E.L. Chen
“The Book of How to Live” by Rose Lemberg
“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
“This Shall Serve as a Demarcation” by Bogi Takács
“Weep for Day” by Indrapramit Das
“Nothing Must Be Wasted” by Arkady Martine

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