Edited by Jim C. Hines, INVISIBLE 2 is a collection of short essays about diversity in representation written by editors, authors, and fans in the SF/F community.
Authors include Diana Pho, Annalee Flower Horne, Gabrielle Harbowy, Isabel Schechter, Nancy Jane Moore, Matt Thyer, Angelia Sparrow, Kat Tanaka Okopnik, Bogi Takács, Chrysoula Tzavelas, John Hartness, Sarah Chorn, Lauren Jankowski, Alis Franklin, Jessica McDonald, Merc Rustad, Ambelin Kwaymullina, SL Huang, and LaShawn M. Wanak.
Plus an introduction by Aliette de Bodard and cover art by Mark Ferrari.
From his blog:
“Among other things, the authors talk about the portrayal of asexuality, the intersection of different aspects of identity, the treatment of Native Americans in fiction, myths and assumptions about military life, Princess Leia as an assault survivor, the power of fiction to open your eyes to other experiences, as well as representation of disability, religion, race, and so much more.
Just like last year, Invisible 2 is available as an e-book for $2.99, and all proceeds will go to Con or Bust.
(It should eventually show up on iBooks as well, but I’m still waiting for that to happen through Smashwords.)
Reviewers are welcome to contact Jim for a review copy.”