Wednesday, January 1, 2014

Feminist Sci-Fi: An Anthology

Few realize that women played a pivotal role in the development of science fiction. Even fewer know that feminist science fiction became popular in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. This collection contains a broad spectrum of this genre, many of which have been all but forgotten. Ten novels and short stories and two appendices round out this volume.

The anthology is $1.49 and available on AmazonBarnes & Noble, and Kobo.  If you prefer, you can also buy directly from us via Payhip in all formats (.mobi, epub, and pdf).


Approx. 785 pages or 231,813 words long. 


As with all ebooks from The Forlorn Press, Feminist Sci-Fi contains a clickable table of contents.




Table of Contents:

Herland By Charlotte Perkins Stetson Gilman

Sultana’s Dream By Rokheya Shekhawat Hossein

Mizora: A Prophecy By Mary E. Bradley

Man's Rights By Annie Denton Cridge

Friend Island By Francis Stevens

Three Hundred Years Hence By Mary Griffith

A Wife Manufactured to Order By Alice W. Fuller

Unveiling a Parallel By Alice Ilgenfriz Jones and Ella Merchant

A Dream of the Twenty-First Century By Winnifred Harper Cooley

The Republic of the Future By Anna Bowman Dodd

Appendix 1: Biographical Sketches of the Authors

Appendix 2: Other Notable Female Science Fiction Authors

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