Outlaw Bodies by Lori Selke

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Right at the center of this anthology is a story so glaringly out of place as to make you wonder what the editors could possibly have meant by including it...It does a great disservice to the other authors to have this piece alongside their work.
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An anthology of short stories on the theme of outlaw bodies: how will bodies be controlled in the future? What kinds of bodies, modifications, choices will be repressed (or compulsory)? How does transgressing the norms of body-identity make us who we are? Nine authors explore these themes through speculative stories that touch on gender, sexuality, sexual identity, disability, self-image, prosthetics and robotics.
 

About Lori Selke

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Linda Alvarez is the editor of one previous anthology, Dyke the Halls: Lesbian Erotic Christmas Tales(Circlet Press, 2002) which was a selection of both the Insight Out and Venus Book Clubs. She lives in New York.
 
Published November 1, 2012 by Futurefire.net Publishing. 168 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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Reviewed by Graham Storrs on Nov 08 2012

Right at the center of this anthology is a story so glaringly out of place as to make you wonder what the editors could possibly have meant by including it...It does a great disservice to the other authors to have this piece alongside their work.

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