Transcendent 2: The Year's Best Transgender Speculative Fiction
Lethe Press

Note: Reprints of stories first published in 2016 only

As with the first volume of Transcendent, Lethe Press is seeking the best work of transgender-themed fiction with elements of the strange,
the weird, the fantastic, horror and science-fiction. Stories must be related to gender and/or sex minorities - transgender, genderqueer,
nonbinary, gender non-conforming, etc. Intersex stories are welcome. Stories with ethnically/culturally specific minority genders/sexes are
also welcome. We are very interested in stories where the author shares the characters' marginalization (#ownvoices), but it is not a

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Market Genres, Styles & Subjects
Science Fiction

Market Types, Lengths & Pay Scale
0 to 1000 words
2 cents/word

Short Story
1000 to 7500 words
Less than 1 cent/word

7500 to 15000 words
Less than 1 cent/word

Market Submission Types
Electronic Submissions?: Yes
Postal Submissions?: No
Reprints?: Yes
Multiple Submissions?: No
Simultaneous Submissions?: No

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