Hashtag Queer: LGBTQ+ Creative Anthology, Volume 3 is now available!
We’re proud to announce the release of the third volume in our flagship anthology series. This volume continues the tradition of bringing readers short work written by &/or about LGBTQ+. It features:
- FICTION by Shreya Chakraborty, Laramie Dean, Tanima Das Mitra, Hunter Liguore, Jason Maseko, A. Pouthress, Brian Rowe, Stefen Styrsky, V.F. Thompson, Lupin Thurrott, Cila Warncke & Christina M. Wells
- NONFICTION by Med, A.J. Winder & Cheryl Wollner
- POETRY by Melanie Bell, Sarah Bigham, Anthony DiPietro, Ian Duncan, Joyce Frohn, Marie Hartung & Violet Mitchell
- SCRIPTS by Amy Fox and Wren Handman, Evan Guilford-Blake & Addison Rizer
It covers a vast range of topics, genres and themes, including social justice, personal empowerment, magical realism, aging, friendship, asexuality, speed dating, parenting, gender-transitioning, religion, death, Harry Houdini and Batman, as well as love (of course.)
As were its predecessor, Hashtag Queer: LGBTQ+ Creative Anthology, Vol. 3 was edited and is introduced by Sage Kalmus, MFA writing teacher and cofounder of Qommunity Media LLC.
Hashtag Queer: LGBTQ+ Creative Anthology, Vol. 3 is the third edition in Qommunicate Publishing’s flagship annual anthology series of work from around the world curated through an open call for submissions.
Sage Kalmus is Co-founder and Co-CEO of Qommunity Media LLC. He teaches writing in Lesley University’s Creative Writing MFA program. His fiction has appeared in Whisperings Magazine, Carnival Online Literary Journal, and Rose Red Review. His essays and articles have appeared in Spine Magazine, The Writer, “The Berkshire Edge,” “The Hampshire Gazette,” and Livestrong.com. He wrote and directed three plays in San Francisco and was as an editorial intern for Dzanc Books and a three-time contest reader for Salamander Magazine’s summer fiction contents. Since 2004 he’s been a part-time freelance writer, editor, and ghostwriter. He holds a BS in Film & Broadcasting from Boston University and an MFA in Creative Writing from Lesley University. He lives in the lovely Berkshires of western Massachusetts with his loving husband and their furred, feathered and finned family.[/tabber]
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