Found 7 works tagged 'lgbtq'.
Published Aug 14, 2019 · 1,000 words (4 minutes) · 51 views
Shortlisted for the WRITE festival's short story competition (https://theworduk.org/write-festival/) and included in this year's anthology, Grandma Jam is a story about a young man working night shift and making a new friend, of sorts.
Fiction Series: Ongoing 7 Chapters
Updated Aug 6, 2019 · 12,154 words (45 minutes) · 2 likes · 65 views
This story started from wondering what if an everyman family-values hero had a kid, and that kid was non-binary? So, Magnificent was born. This is my love letter to the superheroes who helped shape my life, and a fulfilling of my desperate need for a non-binary superhero to look up to. And every hero needs an origin story. | This is a serialized novelette, updated bi-weekly.
Published Aug 6, 2019 · 97 words (1 minute) · 19 views
My short story Digging has been made into part of a podcast by the fabulous people over at Monsters Out of The Closet, link below!
Published Jul 26, 2019 · 927 words (4 minutes) · 1 like · 52 views
"We met like two galaxies, drifting together on the dance floor of Prince Je-Haran Em-Groth’s tri-union afterparty, caught in each other’s gravities." | Two women from different worlds and a law that punishes interspecies relationships by death. Laws can change, but with two very different species in the first steps of diplomatic relations, what might be the cost?
Published Jun 10, 2019 · 536 words (2 minutes) · 162 views
A list of all my queer fic on Curious Fictions (it's quite a lot!) in one place for happy Pride Month reading happiness!
Published Jun 6, 2019 · 1,008 words (4 minutes) · 7 likes · 357 views
A human being with a quantum soul contains many possible lives and identities. If you unmake one of those lives, is it theft, murder, or none of the above? Dari struggles to find the woman responsible and reclaim their own identity.
Holly Heisey is an award-winning author, illustrator, and designer whose work has appeared in Escape Pod, Transcendent 2, F&SF, SciFutures, and more. They generously make many of their #ownvoices stories available under a Creative Commons license, and share a roundup of all their LGBTQIA work on Curious Fictions here.