Capricious Issue 9: Gender Diverse Pronouns

Capricious Issue 9: Gender Diverse Pronouns

by Bogi TakácsSL Byrne Rae White and others

Publication Date: 18/01/2018

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“It was odd, being friends with one of the fae. Pronoun sets were the least of it, of course; Jeb even had human friends who rotated theirs, though not with the seasons, not as spring bloomed into summer mellowed into autumn crept slowly into winter’s sleep. This thing, the plants Jeb grew having odd properties and growing too fast, that had never happened before ey met Nederene. No one else seemed able to find the garden, either.”


– Rem Wigmore, Grow Green


These ten stories (all of which use gender diverse pronouns) are stories of love, fear, transformation, and the journeys we must sometimes take.  Stories of those whose gender changes, whose gender is undecided, whose gender does not exist, or whose gender is pivotal to their self. Stories set in our own world, in far-away galaxies, or in worlds of fairy tale and myth, and stories which introduce us to ghosts, merfolk, dragons, and aliens, to strangers, to communities, and to ourselves.


Featuring short fiction by Nino Cipri, ​Bogi Takács, Lauren E. Mitchell, A.E. Prevost, Cameron Van Sant, Rem Wigmore, Penny Stirling, Hazel Gold, SL Byrne, and Rae White, edited by A.C. Buchanan, with cover art by Laya Rose.

ISBN:
9781386090618
9781386090618
Category:
Short stories
Publication Date:
18-01-2018
Language:
English
Publisher:
Capricious Publications
Rae White

Rae White is a non-binary poet and writer living in Brisbane. Their poetry has been published in Meanjin Quarterly, Cordite Poetry Review, Andromeda Spaceways, Woolf Pack and others.

Their short stories have been published in Seizure, Capricious and Slink Chunk Press. Rae's poem 'what even r u?' placed second in the 2017 Overland Judith Wright Poetry Prize. Rae is the editor of #EnbyLife, a collaborative zine about non-binary experiences.

They hold a Bachelor of Fine Arts (Creative Writing Production) from Queensland University of Technology, and previously worked at 4ZZZ community radio as an on-air announcer. Milk Teeth is Rae's first poetry collection.

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