ABOUT THIS BOOK
PUBLICATION DATE: May 9, 2018
F, M, or Other: Quarrels with the Gender Binary
Gray Crosbie, Laura Nicholson, Robert Stirrups, Harry Mason, Fee Johnstone, et al.
Gender – it affects us all, but what exactly is it? There isn’t a single, straightforward answer to put your mind at ease.
In the form of compelling poetry, prose, essays and graphic storytelling, this anthology will address the issue head on. From fierce feminism to modern masculinity, perspectives on passing to nuanced experiences of identities beyond the binary, the authors will dispel the idea of a single narrative and invite the reader to take in the multitude of lived and imagined experiences.
Prepare to have your feathers ruffled and your preconceptions stripped away – F, M or Other? Does it matter? Let’s find out…
Contributors: Gray Crosbie, Laura Nicholson, Robert Stirrups, Harry Mason, Fee Johnstone, Nic Lachance, Jonathan Bay, Freddie Alexander, George McDermid, Max Scratchmann, Sarah Spence, Iliria Osum, et al.
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