Two releases, BSFA Award long list, forthcoming documentaries, & more
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Out best new year's wishes from the Aqueduct! We are very happy to start the year with two new Aqueduct releases, which you will find below alongside the BSFA Award long list and announcements to various projects currently in the works that we're very much looking forward to.
Marginalia to Stone Bird,
poems by Rose Lemberg

Cover of Marginalia to Stone BirdWe are very pleased to announce the release of Marginalia to Stone Bird as the forty-eighth volume in Aqueduct's Conversation Pieces series. In this powerful debut collection, Rannu Award-winning poet Rose Lemberg explores the deep-rooted fluidity of gender, tradition, language, and desire in landscapes as familiar as high fantasy and as foreign as San Francisco. Written in the voices of immigrants, shape-changers, sentient ships in a distant future and heroes of a mythic past, her poems inhabit a fragile, vital space of complex identity and story as a conscious act, stubbornly urging the reader's attention toward the marginal, the liminal, and the unheard—a firebird cautioned to burn less brightly, a ghost-child ignored by the gods, a lover laying a road of words for a beloved to follow. By turns devastating and deeply hopeful, Marginalia to Stone Bird writes a fearless commentary on our history and others.

The book is available in print for $9 and in e-book for $5.95. Visit our website or click on the cover for more information and purchase options.
The Cascadia Subduction Zone (Vol. 6, 1)

Cover of new CSZ issueThe new issue of The Cascadia Subduction Zone is out! This general issue has an essay by Timmi Duchamp on the Tiptree Symposium, a remark by Josh Lukin on a letter by Joanna Russ that was published in Twelfth Planet Press's Letters to Tiptree, a lengthy discussion of Frankenstein  by Eleanor Arnason, poems by Mary Agner, Anne Sheldon, and Sonya Taaffe, reviews by Tanya DePass, S. Quioyi Lu, Nisi Shawl, Maria Velazquez, and  Stevie Watson, and a profile of the art of Erin Harrop. Subscriptions and single copies (print and electronic) can be purchased at the Subscriptions section of the CSZ website.
Aqueduct titles long-listed for BSFA Awards
We are very pleased to announce that two of our titles are on the British Science Fiction Association Awards long list for this year: The WisCon Chronicles Vol. 9: Intersections and Alliances, edited by Mary Anne Mohanraj, and Lisa Shapter's novella A Day in Deep Freeze, from our Conversation Pieces series.
Invisible Universe
literature infographic

The project website for Invisible Universe, filmmaker M. Asli Dukan's documentary project on Black speculative fiction, has released a beautiful timeline of artists and works spanning 150 years of writing, designed by Ramon Thompson. We are very happy to find quite a few Aqueduct authors on it, including Nisi Shawl, Andrea Hairston, Sheree Renée Thomas, Jennifer Marie Brissett, and Kiini Ibura Salaam.
"Worlds of Ursula K. Le Guin" Documentary Crowdfunding

Ursula K. Le Guin on the beach

A feature documentary on Ursula K. Le Guin's life and legacy is in the works and planned for release in 2017. Director and producer Arwen Curry and her team have been awarded a grant by The National Endowment for the Humanities, which will only be released once full funding for the project has been attained. A Kickstarter campaign has been launched to reach this goal, which could earn participants a number of bookish and other rewards, apart from the satisfaction of having contributed towards such a great project. The campaign is open until March 4.
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