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Mosaics: A Collection of Independent Women will inspire and shock you with its multi-faceted look at the history and culture surrounding femininity. If gender is a construct, this anthology is the house it built. Look through its many rooms, some bright and airy, some terrifyingРwith monsters lurking in the shadows.

Mosaics Volume One features twenty self-identified female authors writing about Intersectionality, including women of color, and members of the disability, trans, and GLB/ GSD* (Gender and Sexual Diversities) communities. We have curated amazing short fiction, flash fiction, poetry, essays, and art. It’s personal, political, and a great read.

This collection includes Hugo Award Nominees, Tiptree Shortlists, Pushcart Prize Winners, USA Today Bestsellers, indie superstars and traditionally published talents alike. The anthology combines leading and new voices all proclaiming their identity as Women, and their ability to Roar.

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  • I was very pleasantly surprised by the content in these short stories. I truly believe that there’s something for everyone in this anthology.

    I realize that everyone’s tastes are different, and the stories that struck a chord with me may not with another person. That being said, my favorites were Book of Lilith by P.K. Tyler, Adventures in Gaming by Tonya Liburd, Star Girl and Captain Obvious Meet the Troll by Kim Wells, The Last Automaton by Jordanne Fuller, Space Loses Its Allure When You’ve Lost Your Moon Cup by Sylvia Spruck Wrigley, and The Queen of Lakes by L.S. Johnson. Some were VERY dark and others more light hearted, but all were well written and enjoyable.


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