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Anthology Kickstarters

I have two stories coming out next year in anthologies which are currently on Kickstarter: “Grimoire Girls” for Schoolbooks & Sorcery, “an anthology of queer-inclusive YA urban fantasy short stories intended to increase representation and diversity in teen fiction,” edited by Michael M. Jones, and a currently untitled (and mostly written) story for Mother of Invention, “a┬áspeculative fiction anthology of diverse, challenging stories about gender and artificial intelligence,” edited by Tansy Rayner Roberts and Rivqa Rafael. These are both great collections and causes, which is why I’m proud to contribute to them.

Happily, both of these worthy projects have now funded, but there’s still time to pre-order and get some great rewards to support our stretch goals. There’s less than a few days left on both Kickstarters, so don’t delay–and please spread the word! Thanks for your support. I’m excited to share my stories with everyone and to read all the other stories in the anthologies.

Here’s an excerpt from “Grimoire Girls” in Schoolbooks & Sorcery.

Read more about them:

S&S

MOI

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