Sisters of the Revolution: A Feminist Speculative Fiction Anthology

Sisters of the Revolution: A Feminist Speculative Fiction Anthology

Title:Sisters of the Revolution: A Feminist Speculative Fiction Anthology
ISBN:9781629630359
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:352 pages

Sisters of the Revolution gathers a highly curated selection of feminist speculative fiction (science fiction, fantasy, horror and more) chosen by one of the most respected editorial teams in speculative literature today, the award-winning Ann and Jeff VanderMeer. Including stories from the 1970s to the present day, the collection seeks to expand the conversation about feminism while engaging the reader in a wealth of imaginative ideas. Sisters of the Revolution seeks to expand the ideas of both contemporary fiction and feminism to new fronts.


    Sisters of the Revolution: A Feminist Speculative Fiction Anthology Reviews

  • El

    Authors in this collection I have read before :Leonora CarringtonOctavia E. ButlerAngela CarterPat MurphyJoanna RussTanith LeeUrsula K. Le Guin All the other authors :L. Timmel DuchampKit ReedNnedi O...

  • Lily

    I love the idea behind this anthology: sci-fi/fantasy stories, written by women from many different places and times, coming together to form a multi-faceted view of feminism. It was an exciting combi...

  • Jenny (Reading Envy)

    First of all, I would like to award myself a medal for FINALLY making it through one of the anthologies on my VanderMeer shelf. It is one of the slimmer collections but I have been saying I will do th...

  • Viv JM

    This is a really excellent and diverse collection of sci-fi and fantasy stories with a feminist slant. A lot of the stories (as might be expected) are dystopian, but not all. There is a good mix of we...

  • Catherine Siemann

    An exemplary collection of feminist speculative fiction, with a nice combination of contemporary and classic authors. Although, as with all anthologies, some stories appeal more than others, there was...

  • Ben Loory

    Favorites:"My Flannel Knickers" by Leonora Carrington (which actually made me physically dizzy, which was a new one on me)"The Grammarian's Five Daughters" by Eleanor Arnason (really loved this one! W...

  • Melanie (Mel's Bookland Adventures)

    Sadly overall, the impression I am left with is that I simply do not like anthologies all that much. Some standout stories. Some ok stories and some very weak ones. Still, I am more convinced than eve...

  • Lata

    A good collection of science fiction and fantasy short stories from a wide range of authors. I enjoyed a number of the stories, all of which had a feminist slant. Some stories were scary commentaries ...

  • Emma

    This book is something of a challenge for me. I picked it up because it has the word “feminist” on the cover, and is an anthology (something that I find significantly easier to read during the sch...

  • Marie-Therese

    An exemplary anthology. There is not a single weak or even mediocre story here and many of the works included rank among the finest tales in the canon. This is an absolutely essential read for anyone ...