Aqueduct Press

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Aqueduct Press
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Founded 2004
Founder L. Timmel Duchamp
Country of origin USA
Headquarters location Seattle, Washington
Fiction genres Speculative fiction, feminist fiction
Official website Aqueductpress.com

Aqueduct Press is a publisher based in Seattle, Washington, United States which publishes material which features a feminist viewpoint.

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Aqueduct Press was founded in 2004 by L. Timmel Duchamp.[1] The company have focused on publishing speculative fiction which contains a feminist element.[1] Since 2004 they have been publishing the Conversation Pieces which is written by many authors and contains chapbooks with poems, fiction and essays.[2] Aqueduct Press have published multiple award winning and short-list nominee titles. Their first winning title was Life by Gwyneth Jones which was published in 2004. It won the 2005 Philip K. Dick Award and was a short-list nominee for the 2005 James Tiptree Jr Memorial Award and placed 27th on the 2005 Locus Awards for best science fiction novel.[3][4][5] Also in 2004 L. Timmel Duchamp's Love's Body, Dancing in Time was a short-list nominee for the 2005 James Tiptree Jr Memorial Award and placed 21st in the 2005 Locus Awards for best collection, and Nicola Griffith's With Her Body was a finalist at the 2005 Gaylactic Spectrum Awards for best other work and at the 2005 Lambda Literary Award for best science fiction/fantasy/horror.[4][5][6][7] In 2006 Andrea Hairston's Mindscape was a finalist for the 2007 Philip K. Dick Award and was named as an honour book at the 2007 James Tiptree Jr Memorial Awards.[8][9] Kelley Eskridge's Dangerous Space placed 17th in the 2008 Locus Awards and in 2009 Filter House by Nisi Shawl won the James Tiptree Jr Memorial Award and was a short-list nominee for the 2009 World Fantasy Awards best collection.[10][11][12]

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