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The UK Queer journal CHROMA has a CFS for a special issue on UTOPIAS. For more info: More info: http://chromajournal.co.uk/

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Issue 11: Utopia
Deadline 15 June 2009
Guest Editor: Sophie Mayer

From Margaret Cavendish's "blazing world" in the seventeenth century to Time Agent Captain Jack Harkness in the fifty-first, the places and people of speculative fiction have given writers and artists an opportunity to speculate about new forms of gender and sexuality -- going beyond queer, pansexuality and transsexualities to imagine the identities and desires of humanoid, post-human and non-human lifeforms. While the culture of mainstream SF, fantasy and comics has often been hostile to women, queer people and people of colour, brilliant science fiction writers since the 60s have aroused, mirrored and incited feminist and queer social revolutions and artistic development -- think of Joanna Russ' The Female Man, Star Trek slash fiction, Samuel Delany's polymorphous postmodern fictions or Kate Bornstein's cyberpunk erotica.

Stories, poems, comics, drawings, photographs - if it fits into a journal, we want to see it.
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