Being Ace: An Anthology of Queer, Trans, Femme, and Disabled Stories of Asexual Love and Connection (Hardcover)

Being Ace: An Anthology of Queer, Trans, Femme, and Disabled Stories of Asexual Love and Connection By Linsey Miller, Madeline Dyer (Editor), Rosiee Thor, Moniza Hossain, Akemi Dawn Bowman, Emily Victoria, S.J. Taylor, RoAnna Sylver, Kat Yuen, K. Hart, Jas Brown, Lara Ameen, Cody Daigle-Orians, S.E. Anderson, Anju Imura Cover Image
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Description


Discover the infinite realms of asexual love across sci-fi, fantasy, and contemporary stories

From a wheelchair user racing to save her kidnapped girlfriend and a little mermaid who loves her sisters more than suitors, to a slayer whose virgin blood keeps attracting monsters, the stories of this anthology are anything but conventional. Whether adventuring through space, outsmarting a vengeful water spirit, or surviving haunted cemeteries, no two aces are the same in these 14 unique works that highlight asexual romance, aromantic love, and identities across the asexual spectrum.

About the Author


Akemi Dawn Bowman is a critically-acclaimed author who writes across genres. Her novels have received multiple accolades and award nominations, and her debut novel, Starfish, was a William C. Morris Award Finalist. She has a BA in social sciences from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, and currently lives in Scotland with her husband and two children. She overthinks everything, including this bio. Visit Akemi online at her website or on Instagram.

Praise For…


"This compelling collection offers readers so many opportunities to feel seen and connect. A first purchase for all teen collections."
—SLJ, starred review

"Themes of grief, community expectations, resilience, self-esteem, and queer joy are woven throughout this anthology [...] readers hungry for intersectional ace (and frequently also aro) representation will be pleased to see a range of queer identities, racial backgrounds, and disabilities."
Kirkus Reviews

"Dyer expertly delivers on the collection’s premise of creating a variety of colorful, aspirational places to which queer and aroace readers might flock and find community, belonging, and representation."
BCCB

Being Ace is an essential YA anthology. It’s a perfect palette that paints the richness of asexuality, in all its many shades and hues. This is the first anthology I’ve read that really gets what it means to be authentically, honestly ace. Fantastic!”
-Saundra Mitchell, bestselling editor of All Out, Out Now and Out There

Product Details
ISBN: 9781645679561
ISBN-10: 164567956X
Publisher: Page Street YA
Publication Date: October 10th, 2023
Pages: 352
Language: English