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Wednesday, 29 July 2015 17:25

Accessing the Future is out!

I'm a bit behind on this announcement but you can now buy ACCESSING THE FUTURE, a disability-themed speculative fiction anthology co-edited by me and Djibril al-Ayad (Futurefire.net Publishing, 2015).

Stories by Nicolette Barischoff, A.C. Buchanan, Joyce Chng, David Jón Fuller, Louise Hughes, Rachael K. Jones, Margaret Killjoy, Petra Kuppers, Toby MacNutt, Jack Hollis Marr, Kate O'Connor, Sara Patterson, Sarah Pinsker, Samantha Rich, A.F. Sanchez.
Internal illustrations by Fabian Alvarado, L.E. Badillo, Jane Baker, Comebab, Pandalion Death, Rachel Keslensky, Vincent Konrad, Tostoini
Cover art by Robin E. Kaplan
Preface by JoSelle Vanderhooft
Afterword by Derek Newman-Stille

Publishers Weekly gave us a STARRED review! Goodreads reviewers love it! So far, so awesome!

Check out our press page over at The Future Fire, give us a like on our Facebook page. ACCESSING THE FUTURE is available for purchase (paperback or ebook) at Amazon, Smashwords, Lulu, and all other online retailers.

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The Accessing the Future campaign turned one week old this weekend and we (my co-editor Djibril al-Ayad and I) have been busy spreading the word. Thankfully, we've had a lot of cool and generous people blog about the anthology or interview us about the ideas behind Accessing the Future. Also, Jo Thomas kicked off a blog hop where we invite writers and readers to reflect on the role of disability and power in a recent work. Here are all of the links in one place:

I'll post another link round up next Monday as we continue to take over the internet. Until then, please help boost the signal and contribute to Accessing the Future!

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