CALL TO ARMS

Modern LGBTQ+ fiction
of the Second World War

Seventeen stories, thirteen authors, a second war. Once again Manifold Press’s writers explore the lives of LGBTQ+ people and their war-time experience in cities, towns and countryside across the world.

Amidst war and peace, in the thick of violence or in an unexpected lull, these stories of the Second World War take the reader far and wide: through Britain, Europe, Asia and South America, from loss and parting to love and homecoming. As for home, it may be an ordinary house, or a prison camp, or a ship: but it is, in the end, where you find it, however far you have to go. Read this book, and make the journey yourself.

An anthology edited by Heloise Mezen and featuring authors:

  • Julie Bozza
  • Barry Brennessel
  • Charlie Cochrane
  • Andrea Demetrius
  • Adam Fitzroy
  • Elin Gregory
  • Sandra Lindsey
  • JL Merrow
  • Eleanor Musgrove
  • R.A. Padmos
  • Michelle Peart
  • Megan Reddaway
  • Jay Lewis Taylor

94,500 words/366 pages
$6.95

Publication 1 November 2017

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Please note: All proceeds will be donated to the British Refugee Council (Registered Charity No. 1014576).

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Michelle Peart

Michelle PeartI am a writer, a designer, and a lover of the fantastical. During the past two years, I have completed four writing courses, two at an advanced level, and passed all with Distinction.

TO THE LEFT OF YOUR NORTH STAR is my debut novel.

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TO THE LEFT OF YOUR NORTH STAR

TO THE LEFT OF YOUR NORTH STARby Michelle Peart

The self-assured Edward has accompanied his father, famous explorer Herb Kemp, to Abaytor. Herb is on a mission to save Earth’s bee population, but Edward couldn’t care less and just wants the comforts of home. Burn, an off-kilter Abaytorian with a desire for change, is charged with escorting Edward down the Copper River to Herb’s spaceship. As they travel through perilous lands on a makeshift raft, they are in a constant battle with the river, themselves and each other. Edward’s problems with his father are laid bare as they are hunted, starved, almost drowned, and confronted by difficult choices. But, among the striking landscapes and colourful people of Abaytor, Edward slowly learns about trust, self-acceptance and love.

63300 words/248 pages
$5.95

Publication 1 November 2016

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Also available in paperback from the CreateSpace eStore and your regional Amazon marketplace.
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