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In Our Own Worlds

Margaret Killjoy, Ellen Klages, Kai Ashante Wilson, JY Yang

In Our Own Worlds

In celebration of Pride, Tor.com Publishing presents four critically acclaimed novellas featuring LGBTQ+ characters. In these stories you’ll find reflections of queer identity both as it exists in our world and in imagined worlds from queer authors, augmenting lived experiences with fantastical flourishes, magical monks, alternate realities, time travel, and demonic deer.

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ISBN: 9781250305923
ISBN10: 1250305926
9999 Pages

About the Author

MARGARET KILLJOY is an author and anarchist with
a long history of itinerancy who currently calls Appalachia home. When she’s not writing, she can be found organizing to end hierarchy,...

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ELLEN KLAGES is the author of the acclaimed historical novels: The Green Glass Sea, which won the Scott O’Dell Award, and the New Mexico Book Award; and White Sands, Red Menace,...

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KAI ASHANTE WILSON was the 2010 Octavia Butler scholar at Clarion writing workshop in San Diego. He won the Crawford award for best first novel of 2016, and his works have been shortlisted for the...

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JY YANG is the author of The Black Tides of Heaven and The Red Threads of Fortune. They are also a lapsed journalist, a former practicing scientist, and a master of hermitry. A queer,...

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MARGARET KILLJOY is a transfeminine author, born and raised in Maryland, who has spent her adult life traveling with no fixed home. A life on the road has given her a healthy respect for hobos,...

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REVIEWS

“Intelligent and fiercely imagined.” —Alan Moore on The Lamb Will Slaughter the Lion

“A once-invisible slice of history, filled with vibrant, non-idealized characters, and fabulous writing to boot. A must-read!” —Ann Leckie on Passing Strange

“A love story as painful as it is beautiful and complex.” —N.K. Jemsin on A Taste of Honey

“Joyously wild.” —The New York Times on The Black Tides of Heaven