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LGBTQ+ stories, poems and essays on star-crossed lovers, femmes fatale, AI and superhero love affairs, RuPaul’s Drag Race, alien abduction films, queer Muslims, trans forebears, dead Hollywood heartthrobs, haunted houses, enchanted closets and more! All with some beautiful, thought-provoking, full color visual art and b&w graphic art too!
Geek Out! II: Queer Pop Lit, Art & Ideas presents original work by the following writers and artists:
- GENRE FICTION (science fiction, fantasy, historical fiction, horror, romance) by Carole Ackelson, Alexis Ames, Melanie Bell, Cathy Bryant, Laramie Dean, Charlie Godwyne, Jude-Marie Green, Novae Caelum, Anne E. Johnson, Jess Simms, Louise Tondeur, Alice Pow and Raymond Luczak.
- CREATIVE NONFICTION (essays & articles) by Andres Caravantes, Lorna Phillips and Emad Aysha.
- EXPERIMENTAL POETRY by Mackenzie Bush, Clinton Inman, Ian Duncan, Violet Mitchell and Sean Patrick Mulroy.
- VISUAL ART by Kelsey Ford, Todd Swindell, Huda Tariq and Aiden Kvarnström.
Geek Out! II: Queer Pop Lit, Art & Ideas is edited and introduced by Sage Kalmus, MFA faculty and cofounder of Qommunity Media LLC, parent of Qommunicate Publishing.
Geek Out! II: Queer Pop Lit, Art & Ideas is the 2nd edition in an annual series of work discovered through an open call for submissions.
Sage Kalmus is a Pushcart Prize-nominated writer and Co-founder/CEO of Qommunity Media LLC, parent company of Qommunicate Publishing, for which he serves as Senior Editor. He is an adjunct member of the MFA faculty at Lesley University. His fiction has appeared in Whisperings Magazine, Carnival Online Literary Journal, Rose Red Review and, most recently, the Darkhouse Books anthology, Sanctuary. His essays and articles have appeared in The Writer, The Hampshire Gazette, and Livestrong.com. He wrote and directed three plays in San Francisco, was an Editorial Intern for Dzanc Books and is a three-time Contest Reader for the Salamander Magazine summer fiction contents. He holds a B.S. in Broadcasting & Film from Boston University and a MFA in Creative Writing from Lesley University. He lives in western Massachusetts with his loving husband and their resident zoo.[/tabber]