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Daughters of Frankenstein

Daughters of Frankenstein

(2015)
Lesbian Mad Scientists
An anthology of stories edited by

 
In the field of mad science, women have for too long been ignored, their triumphs misattributed to mere men. Society has seen the laboratory as the province of men. Jacob's Ladder electric arcs, death rays, even test tubes have phallic connotations, subliminally reinforcing the patriarchy. The mother of Mary Shelley, author of Frankenstein, advocated that women appear more masculine to earn respect. If Marie Curie had been allowed to develop her Atomic Gendarmerie for the Institut du radium, surely she would have been awarded her third Nobel Prize, for Peace.
Thankfully, the women working to dangerous and/or questionable ends in the pages of Daughters of Frankenstein are unafraid of the patriarchy--indeed, as lesbian mad scientists, they prefer the company and comforts of their own gender. Androids? Pfeh, the gynoid is superior. Etheric dynamos have a more pleasing design, one that is vulvar, than Tesla coils. Eighteen imaginative, if not insane, women; eighteen stories told by some of the finest writers working in queer speculative fiction: Traci Castleberry, Sean Eads, Gemma Files, Amy Griswold, and Melissa Scott.

 
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Hardback Editions

August 2015 : USA Hardback
Title: Daughters of Frankenstein: Lesbian Mad Scientists
Author(s): Megan Arkenberg, Tracy Canfield, Traci Castleberry, Thoraiya Dyer, Sean Eads, A J Fitzwater, Gemma Files, Orrin Grey, Amy Griswold, Aynjel Kaye, Tim Lieder, Rafaela F Ferraz, Melissa Scott, Claire Humphrey, Christi
ISBN: 1-59021-360-2 / 978-1-59021-360-5 (USA edition)
Publisher: Lethe Press
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