One of the contributors to Stories from the Polycule, Dominica Malcolm, is editing her own anthology about non-traditional relationships. Check out her crowdfunding call below:
Dominica Malcolm is a writer, editor, and publisher at Solarwyrm Press, where she consistently focuses on trying to highlight the stories of more diverse characters. She’s currently crowdfunding the release of her second anthology, Marked by Scorn: An Anthology Featuring Non-Traditional Relationships, which features a range of characters of different races, sexualities, genders, ages, and relationship structures. Relationships featured primarily fall into at least one category of non-monogamous, interracial, and QUILTBAG. Crowdfunding is to raise money to pay the writers, and perks are being delivered prior to the official publication date on July 31. You can also order her other two books as part of the campaign, her novel Adrift about a bisexual female time-travelling pirate, and Amok: An Anthology of Asia-Pacific Speculative Fiction, which was shortlisted for the 2014 Aurealis Award for Best Anthology, and focuses primarily on racial diversity.