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Feminist Speculative Fiction Anthology

Not sure if there would be a lot of interest for such a project, but Ann and Jeff VanderMeer are raising funds for a feminist speculative fiction anthology.This from kickstarter.com:This project will fund a speculative fiction (science fiction, fantasy, & horror) anthology devoted to feminist themes. Editing the book will be Hugo Award winner Ann VanderMeer and World Fantasy Award winner Jeff VanderMeer.
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