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Roz Kaveney: Why she kicks ass
She is a British writer and transgender activist whose work includes both fiction and non-fiction, poetry, and editing.
She is a founding member of Feminists Against Censorship; a former deputy chair of Liberty; and is deputy editor of the transgender-related magazine META. Roz was a core member of the Midnight Rose collective, and is best known for her critical works about pop culture. Her review of Little, Big was appended to the 2002 Harper Perennial reprint of the novel.
 Two collections of her work appeared in August 2012 -Dialectic of the Flesh concentrates on her poetry on love, sex and LGBT themes and What If What’s Imagined Were All True on themes from fantasy and sf, or her friendships in the sff field. She was poetry guest of honour at Eastercon, the UK National SF Convention, in 2011.
She is a regular contributor to The Independent, The Guardian and Times Literary Supplement, and appeared as one of the numerous commentators in the BBC television documentary about the idea of parallel worlds as used in science fiction. 

Roz Kaveney: Why she kicks ass

  • She is a British writer and transgender activist whose work includes both fiction and non-fiction, poetry, and editing.
  • She is a founding member of Feminists Against Censorship; a former deputy chair of Liberty; and is deputy editor of the transgender-related magazine META. Roz was a core member of the Midnight Rose collective, and is best known for her critical works about pop culture. Her review of Little, Big was appended to the 2002 Harper Perennial reprint of the novel.
  •  Two collections of her work appeared in August 2012 -Dialectic of the Flesh concentrates on her poetry on love, sex and LGBT themes and What If What’s Imagined Were All True on themes from fantasy and sf, or her friendships in the sff field. She was poetry guest of honour at Eastercon, the UK National SF Convention, in 2011.
  • She is a regular contributor to The IndependentThe Guardian and Times Literary Supplement, and appeared as one of the numerous commentators in the BBC television documentary about the idea of parallel worlds as used in science fiction. 
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