(Unspeakable: A Queer Gothic Anthology)
Love among the ruins! (Why are you hanging out in those ruins, though? Don’t you think that’s a little suspicious?)
The Librarian’s Dilemma *free!*
(The Journal of Unlikely Academia)
A young library assistant tries to drag a historical archive into the modern era. Anthologised in the excellent Transcendent: The Year’s Best Transgender Speculative Fiction and Ex Libris: Stories of Librarians, Libraries and Lore
Red Kite Kindred *free!*
(Persistent Visions Magazine)
A story about loving someone completely unlike you, and talking animals.
(The Lowest Heaven Jurassic London)
A queer Victorian traveller explores new horizons.
‘Other standouts include the idiosyncratic “Uranus” by E. Saxey, about gay love, alienation, and astral travel’ The Guardian
‘…a charming fantasy centring on the late-Victorian homosexual demimonde’ Financial Times
A Marvelous Neutrality
Victorian occultism: John Dee and a bunch of bees.
(Daily Science Fiction)
High ideals and soaring architecture, as underpaid students explore a Utopian city.
More thoughts on big buildings and big egos here on the blog.
After a great trauma, a trip to IKEA.
Across the Wasteland Beyond the Glittering City *free!*
In which I am sarcastic about children’s fiction, because of my great love of children’s fiction.