The Trans Space Octopus Congregation

The Trans Space Octopus Congregation

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Overview

This new collection from the Lambda Literary Award-winning author and editor of Transcendent 2 2 offers plenty of thrills – and bonus tentacles – for readers of LGBTQ-focused speculative literature. The stories range from magical space opera to cheerful body horror and historical fantasy, always with a sense of hope amid adversity. The mystical and magical merge with the scientific and technological: sacred texts gain new interpretations in the light of nuclear physics, and people save a forest with computer science. Cephalopods build alliances and research their past, Jewish shapeshifters speak to extraterrestrial planetminds, and Hungarian horse archers summon ancient terrors.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781590216934
Publisher: Lethe Press
Publication date: 09/20/2019
Pages: 328
Sales rank: 148,940
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.73(d)

About the Author

Bogi Takács is a Hungarian Jewish agender trans person (e/em/eir/emself or singular they pronouns) currently living in the US with eir family and a congregation of books. Bogi writes, reviews and edits speculative fiction, and has been a finalist for the Hugo and Locus awards. Eir anthology, Transcendent 2, won a Lambda Literary Award for Best Transgender Fiction.

Table of Contents

"This Shall Serve as a Demarcation"

"Some Remarks on the Reproductive Strategy of the Common Octopus"

"A Superordinate Set of Principles"

"Forestspirit, Forestspirit"

"Given Sufficient Desperation"

"Changing Body Templates"

"For Your Optimal Hookboarding Experience"

"Increasing Police Visibility"

"Good People in a Small Space"

"Recordings of a More Personal Nature"

"This Secular Technology"

"Three Partitions"

"The Size of a Barleycorn, Encased in Lead"

"Shovelware"

"The Oracle of DARPA"

"Toward the Luminous Towers"

"Wind-Lashed Vehicles of Bone"

"The Need for Overwhelming Sensation"

"Spirit Forms of the Sea"

"All Talk of Common Sense"

"Standing on the Floodbanks"

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