Magic & Mayhem

Magic & Mayhem

Fiction and Essays Celebrating LGBTQ Romance

Book - 2016
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Everyone deserves to see themselves in stories, to see themselves get a happy ending. For the past few years, Gay Romance Northwest (GRNW) has helped to see those stories reach more of the LGBTQ community, and gain traction in libraries and beyond. Furthering that goal is this collection of new fiction and essays, including information on how to get LGBT books in libraries, letters from authors sharing their personal reflections on writing, essays about why positive and happy queer books are so important, and short stories about tattooists, soldiers, mages, and cyborgs that span the LGBTQ spectrum and show that love has no bounds. This anthology includes never-before-published short stories by Josh Lanyon, Karelia Stetz-Waters, Ginn Hale, Megan Derr, Dev Bentham, Alex Powell, EJ Russell and Austin Chant. Contributed essays include works by Radclyffe, Rick R. Reed, Jordan Castillo Price, Rose Christo, and EE Ottoman.


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May 16, 2018

Definitely one of my favorite anthologies with incredible queer representation. Some of the best include stories by trans folks, bi authors, and there is great ones with nonbinary people, aces, and lesbians. Perfect if you enjoy fantasy, sci-fi or any short queer romps. Also really enjoyed Austin Chant's letter about writing as a queer person and touching on the historical 'bury your gays' trope as well as queer coding villains.

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