Stories that celebrate the reality of diversity

Browse the entire catalogue of books I’ve written, co-edited, or that include my short stories—and find out where you can buy them! I also have free reads (select from the main menu).

ID, book cover: Graffiti wall with “Nothing Without Us” spray painted in black. The list of editors and authors is included in the text of this page.

Nothing Without Us, a 2020 Prix Aurora Award finalist for Best Related Work

“The manifesto of plucky editors Cait Gordon and Talia C. Johnson for this anthology was to gather great short stories that not only centre the disabled experience (all main characters are disabled, Deaf, neurodiverse, spoonie, and/or managing mental illness or chronic conditions), but also buck the tired tropes that dominate disabled representation.”

CHERIE PYNE FOR THE MONTREAL REVIEW OF BOOKS: CENTERING DIFFERENCES

ID, book cover: Two Draga warriors in space flight suits about to engage in a kiss while standing on a snowy mountain top. Overhead flies a space fighter.

The Stealth Lovers, a military romance with humour, adventure, and pew pew pew…

“Are you interested in reading a space opera that centres a queer romance and a gang of diverse friends who are alien (in the sci-fi sense) but with whom you can totally relate? That is touching at some moments and hilarious at others? That is an example of pro-peace military sci-fi? That is sweeping but also filled with exquisite detail? That is both lighthearted and serious, and doesn’t take the easy way out? Then check out Cait Gordon’s The Stealth Lovers. You won’t be sorry!”

SU. J. SOKOL, AUTHOR OF CYCLING TO ASYLUM AND RUN J RUN

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Ooo-la-ahhh… (Flash Fiction)

I did it! I finished my final flash fiction of 2020! The cards drawn meant we had to write an dystopian piece that takes place at the Eiffel Tower, and there had to be a cane in the story. Here’s my entry: Ooo-la-ahhh… December 15. It’s been seven months to the day that I’ve been living in France. …

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