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Things We Are Not: M-Brane SF Presents New Tales of the Queer

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M-Brane SF, the magazine of astounding science fiction, has gathered together seventeen pieces of amazing GLBTQ speculative fiction. Authors include Brandon Bell, Eden Robins, Alex Wilson, Abby Rustad, Alex Jeffers, Derek J. Goodman and more. Edited by Christopher Fletcher.
Paperback, 344 pages
Published September 17th 2009 by Createspace
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KV Taylor
Nov 16, 2009 rated it really liked it
Shelves: short-fiction, lgbtq
A wonderful collection--well put together and carefully thought out. Feels like I'd been waiting for this one for a very long time. As with all anthologies, some will find certain stories more engaging than others, but there's no doubt something for everyone. I've rambled in excess elsewhere about why I think this is important as a collection in general, but I just realized I never updated my goodreads to reflect that, and so here it is.

If I have to pick a favorite, my vote goes for "Queen for a
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