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The literary scene is flush with racist, homophobic, transphobic, and elitist platforms that often discriminate against Black or QTPOC writing, let alone that of Black queer and trans creators. We've noticed how we're a trend to be recognized after shootings or attacks on our communities. Rarely are we considered "legitimate" unless our creative work can generate donations for publications and institutions that stick to the status quo during the rest of the year. Stellium is a literary magazine centering Black queer and trans prose writers. We are a bimonthly publishing five pieces each of prose poetry, fiction, nonfiction, and art within each issue. We seek work from emerging and established writers (with an emphasis on emerging). At Stellium, we're setting our intentions to not just make a statement in the world of prose but to redefine the space entirely.
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