The James Tiptree Award Anthology 3: Subversive Stories about Sex and Gender (2020)

The James Tiptree Award Anthology 3: Subversive Stories about Sex and Gender Karen Joy Fowler Pat Murphy Debbie Notkin Jeffrey D. Smith The James Tiptree Award Anthology Subversive Stories about Sex and Gender Returning again to the fertile ground of sex and identity this third entry in a successful and controversial anthology series continues to celebrate thought provoking and provocative fiction that exp
  • Title: The James Tiptree Award Anthology 3: Subversive Stories about Sex and Gender
  • Author: Karen Joy Fowler Pat Murphy Debbie Notkin Jeffrey D. Smith
  • ISBN: 9781892391414
  • Page: 402
  • Format: Paperback
The James Tiptree Award Anthology 3: Subversive Stories about Sex and Gender Karen Joy Fowler Pat Murphy Debbie Notkin Jeffrey D. Smith Returning again to the fertile ground of sex and identity, this third entry in a successful and controversial anthology series continues to celebrate thought provoking and provocative fiction that explores and expands gender Through their subversive, engaging stories, Tiptree Award winning authors offer fascinating speculations on the ever increasing mutability of our pubReturning again to the fertile ground of sex and identity, this third entry in a successful and controversial anthology series continues to celebrate thought provoking and provocative fiction that explores and expands gender Through their subversive, engaging stories, Tiptree Award winning authors offer fascinating speculations on the ever increasing mutability of our public and private selves James Tiptree, Jr was the pseudonym of Alice Bradley Sheldon, whose lasting contributions to the gender bending genre are honored with this annual award, now in its 15th year Previous winners of the Tiptree Award include Karen Joy Fowler, Ursula K Le Guin, M John Harrison, Kelly Link, Joe Haldeman, and Joanna Russ.ContentIntroduction by Jeffrey D Smith Dearth by Aimee Bender The Future of Femail Octavia Butler s Mother Lode by Dorothy Allison Knapsack Poems by Eleanor Arnason The Girl Who Was Plugged In by James Tiptree, Jr Dear Alice Sheldon by L Timmel Duchamp Wooden Bride by Margo Lanagan The Glass Bottle Trick by Nalo Hopkinson Shame by Pam Noles Liking What You See A Documentary by Ted Chaing Mountains Ways by Ursula K Le Guin Little Faces by Vonda N McIntyre
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  1. Zen Cho

    What didn t I learn Oh, wait, no, I have a few things They are not very interesting, I m afraid But here they are THINGS I LEARNT FROM THIS BOOK I should read Ted Chiang More Southeast Asian fiction by actual Southeast Asian people is required Potatoes are interesting than I think Love stories are a million times significant when you are in love I m sorry, this is such a cliche But it is true It is still necessary to be a feminist I knew this already, but this confirmed it.I have several favo [...]

  2. Alexandra

    I just love these anthologies I love what it showcases the diversity of what the different Tiptree panels have judged as falling into the category of exploring and expanding gender, which is the remit of the Tiptree Award each year I love that it shows diversity within the genre, full stop I love that the anthologies don t just have fiction, and don t just have fiction from one or two years, but that there s non fiction and older works as well And that the introduction and sometimes the introduc [...]

  3. Schnaucl

    This anthology has some very good stories and some forgettable stories I know the Tiptree Awards are about rethinking gender but I must confess there were some stories that I didn t understand how gender fit in.I liked Have Not Have by Geoff Ryman, which is apparently the first chapter in a longer work The section included in the book suggests the novel is about the Internet reaching the farthest corners of the earth so that everyone is connected and how that would affect previously isolated peo [...]

  4. M.

    I discovered that I find stories concerning different interpretations of nurturing kinship and inherent female and male qualities cast in alien lights tiresome They too easily turn into aspirations for a searching reader, and not critical metaphors Within the anthology, Tiptree s own The Girl Who Was Plugged In is a scathing dystopian masterpiece, and many of the stories that surround it are charming reads I chalk this sentiment up to my own penchant for mirrors of harsh reality others may find [...]

  5. Pamster

    Definitely several five star stories Love love love the Tiptree awards and my reading would suffer so much without their recommendations The Geoff Ryman short story that became his novel Air started out the collection great, made me want to reread the whole novel Ursula Le Guin s story about a society where marriages are always between four people was awesome, and something I keep thinking about LOVED Nalo Hopkinson s take on Bluebeard Short piece by Dorothy Allison on Octavia Butler, another pi [...]

  6. Kristin

    I m not a huge sci fci fan, but was intruiged by things that focus on issues of gender and such which these do mostly in name only with probably LeGuin s piece as a stand out exception A couple of gripping stories, but most sort of meh but then again, that could be my sci fci aversion talking, or the shit winter weather.

  7. K T

    Not what I was looking for.Some of these were just segments of novels I was also under the impression that it would be a science fiction oriented collection I skipped the essays and letters and so on About a third of the book was interesting to me.enjoyed Liking What You See A Documentary scifi , Little Faces, Knapsack Poems

  8. Maerdi

    Ah, Science Fiction for a thinking person How lovely, and wonderful, and thought provoking This particular collection also includes an interesting and insightful essay regarding race I m very much convinced that these are books worth buying, so that I can re read them, loan them out, and re visit their themes and stories.

  9. Nat Smith

    much better than the first two beutiful stories, each powerful and things tio think about in their rights Alice Sheldon left such a legacy I would be interested in radical teaching gender play, but this is good nonetheless.

  10. Rebecca Schwarz

    A bit of a mixed bag here Really enjoyed some stories, and a couple of the essays, couldn t finish others I love the concept behind these anthologies and the lit prize I am curious to check out the latest anthology to see how this series had developed.

  11. Norman Howe

    This contains stories of fantasy and science fiction dealing with gender issues There are also essays about Alice Sheldon who used the pseudonym James Tiptree Jr , and Octavia Butler and one Shame about race in speculative fiction.

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