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Rose Lemberg is a queer, bigender immigrant from Eastern Europe and Israel. Their work has appeared in Lightspeed, Strange Horizons, Beneath Ceaseless Skies, Unlikely Story, Uncanny, and other venues, and has been a finalist for the Nebula, Tiptree, Elgin, Rhysling, and Crawford awards.

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Archive for September, 2013

new short story, and Strange Horizons fund drive

Strange Horizons is a magazine close to my heart. My first professional sale, Kifli, appeared in Strange Horizons in 2010; they published my award-winning epic poem In the Third Cycle, as well as Between the Mountain and the Moon and The Three Immigrations. They are currently running their annual fundraiser, and my short story Teffeu:

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New poems and a reprint: now with more Birdverse

Happy things! First of all, a new issue of Through the Gate is up, featuring my poem “Resh” alongside excellent work by Sara Norja, Bogi Takács, Mari Ness, and Sonya Taaffe. It is a small, but perfectly formed issue with poems that work with each other to create a lovely harmony. Major kudos to editor

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inkscrawl.net seeks short poetry submissions

inkscrawl.net, a magazine of short (10 lines or less) speculative poetry, is open to submissions once more. This time, it is guest-edited by Jennifer Smith, who asked me to post about her vision. I am very happy to do so! Says Jennifer: I’m a mythic poetry fanatic, and while I do see that many short

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Disability access and being a bystander

I am continuing my posts on disability and #accessiblecons because there are things I need to say. Yesterday, a commenter, Lou, left this comment to the Disability, Diversity, Dignity post: What the heck? I would not participate on a panel where one of the members had to be seated separately from the rest of the

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Disability, Diversity, Dignity

So imagine you are an up and coming professional in the field of SFF. You worked hard for your credits. You are publishing, people get to know your work, and you are invited to participate in programming at a major SFF convention. It’s pricey, but this is a professional and social opportunity, so you pay

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