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Join the Kickstarter for ATHENA’S DAUGHTERS

For the first time ever, I am sort of involved in a Kickstarter project.

Editor Jean Rabe and a lineup of phenomenal female authors, including Janine Spendlove and Mary Robinette Kowal, have teamed up to bring you ATHENA’S DAUGHTERS, an anthology of original short stories about strong female main characters, written by some of the most talented female authors working today.

The Kickstarter for Athena’s Daughters just went live a few days ago, and already it’s close to hitting its first funding goal, which is utterly brilliant.

If (when) the project hits one of its major stretch goal milestones (the $24,000 mark) the editor will also commission a companion volume: APOLLO’S DAUGHTERS — an anthology of male authors writing stories about awesome female main characters.

I have proudly accepted an invitation to be one of those authors. So spread the word far and wide, my friends, and contribute to this Kickstarter. Because the world needs more great stories about great women.