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  1. 9/27/2013
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    Anything by KS Augustin (http://www.ksaugustin.com/), but in particular WAR GAMES and IN ENEMY HANDS.

    She mixes hard sf with romance, space opera, a splash of heat, and more.

    If you want to taste her work for free, she has a fun short out called COLLATERAL DAMAGE: http://www.sandalpressonline.com/collateral-damage/

    Anything by Ann Somerville (http://annsomerville.net/), but in particular COLD FRONT, SOMATESTHESIA, INTERSTITIAL, and ON WINGS, RISING (list of her books here: http://annsomerville.net/store/). She writes m/m, space opera, noir, you name it.

    It doesn’t get any more niche, multicultural, or QUILTBAG than these ladies.

    When you post a review of their work, I’d be happy to help spread the link love. Give me a holler at sfrgalaxy “at” gmail.com

  2. 9/27/2013
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    Silvia Moreno-Garcia’s debut collection, This Strange Way of Dying. The majority of the stories are either set in Mexico, or feature Mexican protagonists.

    Just about anything published by Crossed Genres is a good bet. Same with Innsmouth Free Press and Dagan Books. Masque Books (Prime’s new e-book line) is focusing on fiction by and about under-represented groups.

    I haven’t had a chance to read it yet, but Sunny Moraine’s Line and Orbit is (I believe) QUILTBAG space opera.

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