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Style of Attack Report

Writer
Metropolarity
Price
$25.00
Date
2016
Publisher
Metropolarity
Format
Artists' Books
ISBN
978-0-9981138-0-7
Length
120 pp
Description

METROPOLARITY is a DIY sci-fi collective based, bred, and tested in the colliding future-present of Philadelphia. This Style of Attack Report contains select work from Metropolarity’s four founding members, who contribute theory, practice, and experience of home grown speculative visioning for both historical documentation as well as personal and collective survival. The collection serves as a model and a record of how Black, brown, queer, low-resource, working, ill and in-recovery people can project themselves into the future, conjuring resources, technology, and magic that aid us in the present.

2017 Lambda Literary Award Finalist in LGBTQ SF/F/Horror

METROPOLARITY: The manifestation of contrasting principles, tendencies, or lifestyles in an urban system and any reactions resulting from encounters between these forces.

Softcover, perfect-bound, b/w
Third print run

  1. Style of Attack Report
 

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