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Love Beyond Body, Space & Time: An…

Love Beyond Body, Space & Time: An Indigenous LGBT Sci-Fi Anthology (edição: 2016)

de Hope Nicholson (Editor)

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Love Beyond Body, Space, and Time is a collection of indigenous science fiction and urban fantasy focusing on LGBT and two-spirit characters. These stories range from a transgender woman undergoing an experimental transition process to young lovers separated through decades and meeting in their own far future. These are stories of machines and magic, love and self-love.… (mais)
Título:Love Beyond Body, Space & Time: An Indigenous LGBT Sci-Fi Anthology
Autores:Hope Nicholson (Editor)
Informação:Bedside Press (2016), Edition: 01, 120 pages
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Love Beyond Body, Space, and Time: An Indigenous LGBT Sci-Fi Anthology de Hope Nicholson (Editor)


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The stories didn't work for me. Most of the stories didn't stand on their own. If you didn't know what the theme was for the story collection you would be utterly confused. the few that could stand on their own were not that good. I liked them but I already have forgotten what they were about.

Also I don't think they were all sci-fi. Just because something happens in a unknown future doesn't make it a good sci-fi. To me science-fiction explore humans in a unknown setting. Most of the stories felt very familiar with the same problems people have today. Why make those kind of stories science-fiction. What makes the story different when you write in that genre? I don't think they would be any different. And that's a shame because I really wanted to read science-fiction without the same European/heterosexual viewpoint.

***Who sucked me in***

Possibly Literate on YouTube in her August Reading Wrap-Up || 2017 video. ( )
  Jonesy_now | Sep 24, 2021 |
A really solid collection from a pretty wide variety of authors; many of the stories are pretty good and the few I didn't love are pretty skippable. I especially enjoyed the pieces by Darcie Little Badger and Daniel Heath Justice! But overall a very good anthology, and one I'd recommend to any people interested in sci-fi/fantasy and in diversifying who they read in those genres. ( )
  aijmiller | Apr 15, 2021 |
The LGBTIQA community is often described as a minority. And while this is true, a world population of 7.5 billion people means that we are not as small as we sometimes feel. In fact, the Intersex Society of North America estimates that 1 in 2000 babies are born intersex, so there is a higher population of intersex people in the world than there are Jewish people. And that’s just for intersex people.

We are a clamouring of colour and a clamouring of voices. We are as diverse as we are numerous. And sometimes, in media, I get frustrated when a single queer character is represented. I know as many queer people as I do straight people and I meet more people every day.

… enter Love Beyond Body, Space and Time, the indigenous LGBTIQA anthology. I love queer anthologies because they have a multitude of queer stories that I experience every day.

I loved this collection. It feels authentic. These first nations writers (like Richard Van Camp, Darcie Little Badger, Gwen Benaway and Daniel Heath Justice) bring their characters to life with such care and gentleness. I felt safe reading this collection, because I knew that queerness would not be trivialised, undermined or sexualised.

My heart ached for Emma and Cassie to find each other. Benaway’s story, “Transitions” was visceral and sensual in that I felt it, saw it, touched it, smelled it, tasted it. Darcie Little Badger’s story was slow to build but ultimately satisfying, a quiet triumph amongst the stars.

There were so, so many beautiful and articulate voices, how can I describe them all to you? Reading this collection felt like looking up at the stars. An ocean of little lights, and I wanted to read them all.

The best part about this collection (apart from the idea that a young, LGTBIQA Two-Spirit person might read this and recognise themselves in a way they can feel to the marrow of their bones) is the fact that I now have an army of First Nations authors to recommend people.

There is a future for indigenous, two-spirit people and what a glittering beast it is.

Now, if someone could pluck a second volume from thin air, that would be perfect. ❤ ( )
  lydia1879 | Feb 1, 2020 |
Richard Van Camp: Aliens – 4/5

Cherie Dimaline: Legends Are Made, Not Born – 4/5

David A. Robertson: Perfectly You – 3/5

* Daniel Heath Justice: The Boys Who Became Hummingbirds – 5/5

* Darcie Little Badger: Né łe! – 5/5

* Gwen Benaway: Transitions – 5/5

* Mari Kurisato: Imposter Syndrome – 4.5/5

* Nathan Adler: Valediction at the Star View Motel – 5/5

Cleo Keahna: Parallax – 3/5 ( )
  runtimeregan | Jun 12, 2019 |
A one-of-a-kind anthology, though hopefully not for long.

I knew the apocalypse had started before he said her name.
“Legends Are Made, Not Born” by Cherie Dimaline

Strange Boy and Shadow Boy realized at last that they had never been alone. They were just the first to free their hearts and fly in their own beauty.
“The Boys Who Became the Hummingbirds” by Daniel Heath Justice

These are not my stories but they touch me, and they make me see the world outside as even more bright and beautiful than I did before I read them, and I know they will for you too.
"Letter From the editor" by Hope Nicholson

I don't know that it's truly one of a kind, but Love Beyond Body, Space, and Time is the first anthology of Indigenous #OwnVoices LGBTQ SF/F I've ever come across - and hopefully not the last. The eight stories (and two essays/intros, and one poem) contained within these pages are pure magic, brimming with light and love and starstuff. And don't forget the space puppies!

My favorite was easily né łe! by Darcie Little Badger, in which recently-dumped Dottie King, dvm, impulsively signs up as a veterinarian for a nascent Mars colony. Five months into the nine-month journey, she's pulled out of stasis when the dogs' pods malfunction. She falls in love with the Starship Soto's pilot, Cora, over the care and feeding of forty rambunctious Chihuahuas - and one "defective" Husky. It's sweet and fun and I've got to agree with Cora that rolling around in a dog pile (with dogs who might never die! MAGS I MISS YOU SO MUCH.) sounds like the very best way to pass a day.

Cherie Dimaline's "Legends are made, not born" is impossibly beautiful, in so many ways. Set in a future and on a world that doesn't look too terribly different from our own, the story's protagonist is sent to live with a family friend when his mother dies in a snowmobile accident. Auntie Dave is "a six-foot Cree" who's a little big magic.

Daniel Heath Justice's "The Boys Who Became the Hummingbirds" is strange and lovely, with imagery that will take your breath away. In a dystopia of no obvious time or place, Strange Boy (and, eventually, Shadow Boy) fight against hatred and bigotry to bring color and kindness back to their people, against seemingly insurmountable odds.

With shades of Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, Karen Thompson Walker's The Dreamers, and Adam Silvera's More Happy Than Not, "Perfectly You" by David A. Robertson a perfect scifi tale about fear and longing and regret. And taking chances and letting go. Some of the post-coma scenes just about tore my heart in two.

I also really loved "Valediction at the Star View Motel" by Nathan Adler, and not just because of the Charlotte's Web references (though that ending did really bring me back: lazy summer afternoons, dog-eared, water-stained paperback clutched tight to my chest while dozing in the hammock out back).

It's hard to say too much about any one story, for fear of spoiling the choicest bits, so best stop while I'm ahead. Suffice it to say that Love Beyond Body, Space, and Time has a little bit of everything: humor, beauty, compassion, ass-kicking. Not to mention androids who long to be human and pretty queer girls who can talk to nonhuman animals.


Letter From the editor | Hope Nicholson 7
beyond the grim dust oF What Was Grace | L. Dillon 9
returning to ourseLves: tWo sPirit Futures and the noW | Niigaan Sinclair 12
aLiens | Richard Van Camp 20
Legends are made, not born | Cherie Dimaline 31
PerFectLy you | David A. Robertson 38
the boys Who became the hummingbirds | Daniel Heath Justice 54
né łe! | Darcie Little Badger
60 transitions | Gwen Benaway 77
imPoster syndrome | Mari Kurisato 87
vaLediction at the star vieW moteL | Nathan Adler 103
ParaLLax | Cleo Keahna 116
bios 118

http://www.easyvegan.info/2019/02/26/love-beyond-body-space-and-time-edited-by-h... ( )
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