What If What’s Imagined Were All True by Roz Kaveney

What If What's Imagined Were All TrueNew from A Midsummer Night’s Press:

What If What’s Imagined Were All True 
by Roz Kaveney

We are all Orpheus. We try to get
back loves we lost. We fight our way through Hell,
singing to our regrets. We might as well
accept that love is done, and just forget

because it is the act of looking back
that loses things.

From “Orpheus”

Magic, aliens, nightmares, and dreams are among the many muses that have inspired Roz Kaveney’s poetry. What If What’s Imagined Were All True brings together a sampling of her poems with mythical, fantastical or science fictional concerns, and also features two sonnet sequences: one retelling the Orpheus legend and one exploring the worlds of Steampunk.

Roz Kaveney is a middle-aged trans woman living and working in London as a writer, critic, and activist. A regular contributor to The Independent, The Guardian and the Times Literary Supplement, she is the author of many books on popular culture, including Reading the Vampire Slayer, Teen Dreams: Reading Teen Film and Television from ‘Heathers’ to ‘Veronica Mars’, Superheroes! Capes and Crusaders in Comics and Films, and From Alien to the Matrix: Reading Science Fiction Film.

She was a co-founder of the Midnight Rose Collective, whose other members included Neil Gaiman, Alex Stewart, and Mary Gentle, which produced shared world anthologies including Temps, Villains!,and The Weerde. She has also edited Tales from the “Forbidden Planet” and More Tales from the “Forbidden Planet”. She recently published her first novel, Rituals.

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About Keith Brooke and infinity plus

Keith Brooke is a writer of science fiction, fantasy and other strange stuff, and editor and reviewer of same. He is also the publisher at infinity plus, an independent imprint publishing books by leading genre fiction authors. View all posts by Keith Brooke and infinity plus

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