As a member of the Outer Alliance, I advocate for queer speculative fiction and those who create, publish and support it, whatever their sexual orientation and gender identity. I make sure this is reflected in my actions and my work.
It’s Pride Day, which makes it a good time to let you all know that we’ve joined The Outer Alliance, a support and advocacy group for writers of queer speculative fiction. We’ll be having more queer/glbt fiction available in the future, but for a taste, check out Jason Rubis’ “Dancer, Daemon”, Kris Vaagen’s “Gravity, a Fable”, and Adrienne J. Odasson’s “Answer Me”, in Needles & Bones. An excerpt of “Dancer, Daemon” is available here, near the bottom of the page.
Angela Korra’ti has provided a free read for The Outer Alliance coming out day, “The Disenchanting of Princess Cerridwen”. Check it out.
Joselle Vanderhooft posted an excerpt from her work in progress in celebration of Outer Alliance here.
A. J. Odasso is also sharing in support of Outer Alliance, with a couple of her poems here.
A list of most, if not all, of the Outer Alliance Pride Day posts is available here.