Review; Maiden, Mother, Crone: Fantastical Trans Femmes Edited by Gwen Benaway

Last year I was fortunate enough to recieve an ARC of the fantasy short story collection Maiden, Mother, Crone: Fantastical Trans Femmes Edited by Gwen Benaway through Netgalley. I read it shortly afterwards and today I'll post my review.

Description from Goodreads
Maiden, Mother, and Crone: Fantastical Trans Femmes is a Bedside Press anthology of new fantastical short fiction by trans women and trans feminine writers curated by celebrated poet and author Gwen Benaway. Drawing on high fantasy and other genres of fantasy writing, Maiden, Mother, and Crone is the first anthology by trans femme authors to explore the realms of magic, supernatural beings, and alternate universes. Enter a universe of wonder where trans femmes are powerful heroines, sorceresses, and warriors fighting against dark forces in vivid magical worlds. With celebrated trans femme writers like Kai Cheng Thom, Casey Plett, and Gwen Benaway, and featuring art by Alex Morris, this anthology will transform the landscape of fantasy fiction and offer radical portals into excitement, danger, and transformation.

My Thoughts on the Book
Some of the short stories were well written and very interesting, while others were a bit poorly executed. What drew me to the fantasy short story collection to begin with was highlighting trans women/trans femmes voices.


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