Tag Archives: nonbinary

AI finds herself, a family, & a future

A Closed and Common Orbit by Becky Chambers is a science fiction novel of such literary quality yet such approachable prose, characters, and relationships that I honestly feel like it’s one of the best books I’ve ever read. I don’t say … Continue reading

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Creation Debt: short trans sci-fi about rescuing an enslaved android

One of the oldest and most venerated goals of science fiction is using a speculative setting to metaphorically discuss a real-world phenomenon. Creation Debt succeeds at this brilliantly, using the literal enslavement/indentured servitude of sentient androids to condemn abusive parents … Continue reading

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Free short science fiction: nonbinary Jewish fiction by nonbinary Jewish author

I am so glad that there is nonbinary Jewish sci-fi out there, and what’s more, it’s free. “None of you have been helping her maintain her shape,” the planetmind said. “We were promised the community would help her maintain her … Continue reading

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To Stand in the Light: superheroes fighting crime while dealing with mental illness

“Antimatter pigeons are trying to hold the Empire State Building hostage. Rosita needs backup!” Imagine a friendship turned romance between young superheroes, one of whom has power over light, while the other commands shadows and darkness. Imagine the miles-deep yet … Continue reading

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“My Lady King”: genderweird lesbian sword-and-sorcery romance between warrior and witch

My Lady King by Kayla Bashe (kayla-bird on Tumblr) is a FREE Kindle download until January 6 (2015) and if you grab it, you’re in for a real treat. (There are apps you can use to read it if you don’t … Continue reading

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