Modern GLBTQI fiction of the Great War
Blurb: Ten authors – in thirteen stories – explore the experiences of GLBTQI people during World War I. In what ways were their lives the same as or different from those of other people?
A London pub, an English village, a shell-hole on the Front, the outskirts of Thai Nguyen city, a ship in heavy weather off Zeebrugge, a civilian internment camp … Loves and griefs that must remain unspoken, unexpected freedoms, the tensions between individuality and duty, and every now and then the relief of recognition. You’ll find both heartaches and joys in this astonishing range of thought-provoking stories.
An anthology featuring authors: Julie Bozza; Barry Brennessel; Charlie Cochrane; Sam Evans; Lou Faulkner; Adam Fitzroy; Wendy C. Fries; Z. McAspurren; Eleanor Musgrove; Jay Lewis Taylor
Genre: LGBTQ+ fiction; historical; wartime; anthology
Word count: 65,000
- An Honourable Mention in the Rainbow Awards 2015.
- Short-listed for the Historical Novel Society (HNS) Indie Award 2016.
- Finalist in the LGBT Anthology category of the 28th Annual Lambda Literary Awards.
- Nominated for Best Anthology in the 2015 M/M Romance Group Member’s Choice Awards on Goodreads.
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All proceeds are donated to the Royal British Legion.
Published on 1 May 2016.