Enter a Kaleidoscope of Queer Speculative Fiction
Stories take us beyond the bounds of our own lives-into new worlds and new situations. Perhaps most importantly, they invite us into new identities. Through the characters we temporarily become, we open ourselves to a rainbow of experiences.
Speculative fiction gives us new lenses through which to explore our world and ourselves, and a deeper understanding of what makes love and connection so amazingly diverse.
In the second All Worlds Wayfarer anthology, immerse yourself in 30 unique stories featuring LGBTQIA+ protagonists in sci-fi, fantasy, and horror.
Open yourself to Prismatic Dreams.
About the Author
Geri Meyers is an LGBTQIA+ fantasy fiction writer. Growing up in New Hampshire, Geri wandered the woods fighting off enemies and rescuing princesses, crafting homemade bows and arrows from downed tree branches and absorbing the magic of the mysterious lady slipper flower. Geri has carried that need for wondrous adventure into adulthood and strives to share it with others through writing and storytelling. Currently living in New Jersey, Geri works full time as a library assistant preparing books for circulation while dreaming of one day opening a fantasy-themed book store. Geri has a passion for writing stories full of vibrant characters, magic, sparkling things and intelligent dragons. You can follow Geri on Twitter (@Siobwen) or read Geri's work on Wattpad (www.wattpad.com/user/GeriMeyers).
Rowan Rook (they/he) is an asexual, aromantic, and agender/transmasc speculative fiction author, editor, poet, and game designer/writer. They see the world through a lens of plot ideas and armatures, and storytelling is their passion. They are also neurodivergent and a night owl, music lover, horror addict, and cat dad. An indie soul, they prefer the strange and provocative to the familiar and safe. Rowan lives for stories that inspire wonder, evoke deep thought, offer exhilarating experiences, and leave lingering emotions. They live in a rural lakeside house while dreaming of the city. You can read their work at their website (www.rowanrook.com) or follow them on Twitter (@xRowanRookx).