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Hashtag Queer: LGBTQ+ Creative Anthology, Vol. 1

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Hashtag Queer: LGBTQ+ Creative Anthology, Vol. 1  is a creative anthology of LGBTQ+ expression from across a broad spectrum of backgrounds and experience.

This collection brings together new, emerging, and established writers who either identify as LGBTQ+ or whose showcased work is LGBTQ+ themed. We do this not to self-aggrandize or further isolate our community from the larger community of humankind, but rather to break down the walls between us all by allowing insight into our deepest, most genuine human experiences and our paradoxically unique yet universal hopes and fears.

It is available in print and as an ebook for iOS, Android, Windows, and Amazon Kindle, BN Nook, and Kobo devices, as well as in web-viewable formats from:

  • Amazon
  • BN.com (Barnes & Noble)
  • Smashwords
  • IndieBound.org
  • QommunicateMedia.com
  • Qommunity.org
  • and right here at HashtagQueer.com (just click BUY NOW! in the menu above)

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Call for Submissions

Our Call for Submissions is currently CLOSED. Please read our Submission Guidelines for future reference. (Submissions for Vol. 2 open in December 2017.)

About the Publisher

Qommunicate Media is an imprint of Qommunity LLC, which is also the parent company of Qommunity: The Queer Social Network, a one-stop media source, marketplace, and social network for the LGBTQ+ community and straight allies. Qommunity, where diversity is celebrated and individuality finds sanctuary! Hashtag Queer will be edited by our cofounder Sage Kalmus, M.F.A., Adjunct Faculty at Lesley University.

Qommunity is a free membership website (at qommunity.org) and apps for iOS and Android devices that provides a safe, bully-free zone for queer-identified and queer-friendly folks from around the world to meet, socialize, network, and express themselves.

For more information on Qommunity, visit our About Us page.

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  1. We are looking for tweets by LGBT and non-LGBT Nigerians at home and in the diaspora that can capture creatively and concisely an LGBT-related experience of love, sex, discrimination, friendship, etc.

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