Goldsmiths Press is launching a new imprint dedicated to discovering and publishing new intersectional feminist science fiction. The imprint, to be titled Gold SF, is now open for novel-length submissions.
Director of Goldsmiths Press, Professor Sarah Kember, said: “Goldsmiths Press was set up with the intention to re-energise the idea of a university press, and to innovate in terms of both subject matter and publishing practice.”
“Science fiction looks to the future and tries to imagine new ways of being in the world. Goldsmiths Press is a natural home for speculative fiction, and this imprint will promote voices answering to the unprecedented times in which we find ourselves now living.”
Gold SF is supported by a growing editorial board comprised of established academics, authors and sf experts. The board is chaired by Dr Una McCormack, a New York Times best-selling science fiction writer. Formerly a lecturer in creative writing, Dr McCormack has published and lectured widely on science fiction and women's writing.
Contact: Susan Kelly: Susan.Kelly (@gold.ac.uk)