"...a wild adventure through the universe, sparked with moments of magic, strength, and love... this anthology is a sampling of talented trans and nonbinary writers you won’t want to miss! —Aiden Thomas, author of Cemetery Boys
"...a lovely collection of stories, each with fun world building, characters you can root for, and diverse themes of transness that come from the soul." —D.N. Bryn, author of Our Bloody Pearl
"A stellar collection of fantastic windows into transformational dreams..." —RoAnna Sylver, author of Chameleon Moon
In worlds where bicycle rides bring luck, a minotaur needs a bicycle, and werewolves stalk the post-apocalyptic landscape, nobody has time to question gender. Whatever your identity you'll enjoy these stories that are both thought-provoking and fun adventures. Find out what the future could look like if we stopped putting people into boxes and instead empowered each other to reach for the stars. Featuring brand-new stories from Hugo, Nebula, and Lambda Literary Award-winning author Charlie Jane Anders, Ava Kelly, Juliet Kemp, Rafi Kleiman, Tucker Lieberman, Nathan Alling Long, Ether Nepenthes, Nebula-nominated M. Darusha Wehm, and more!
SUBJECT: Bike / Bikes in Space / Elly Blue Publishing / Feminism / Microcosm Published / Queer/Trans / Science Fiction
PUBLICATION: Dec 8, 2020
FORMAT: 160 pages, paperback
ART: B&W illustrations
Lydia Rogue is a writer and poet living in Portland, Oregon. They write about the environment and queer issues, when they're not writing sappy love poems for their wife. You can find them online at lydiarogue.com
A small, innovative publishing house, Microcosm Publishing specializes in work designed to make the reader feel good about being alive, take an active role in bettering their life, and impact the world around them. Microcosm has developed a reputation for teaching self-empowerment, showing hidden histories, and fostering creativity through challenging conventional publishing wisdom with books and zines about DIY skills, food, politics, and art. Our books are printed in the USA.