ABOUT THIS BOOK
PUBLICATION DATE: November 27, 2018
Queering the Map of Glasgow
By Gray Crosbie, Sarah Rogers, Eleanor Capaldi, Mel Reeve, et al.
Queering the Map of Glasgow was inspired by the community-generated mapping project Queering the Map. Knight Errant Press took this idea home through stories that chart the fictional, real and liminal spaces and moments lost in the folds of the map. This is a map unlike any other: adding detail and fable it is neither complete nor fixed, it is a fold in the world. And a queer one at that.
Contributors: By Gray Crosbie, Sarah Rogers, Eleanor Capaldi, Mel Reeve, et al.
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