Speculatively Queer is a Washington-based small press publishing speculative stories about queer hope, joy, love, affirmation, and community. We aim to uplift our readers as well as uplift our creative communities by providing fulfilling opportunities to contribute to our projects at professional rates. We strive to be as inclusive and accessible as possible, and we appreciate any suggestions for improvement. You can connect with us on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook.

Retailers and libraries can order our titles through Ingram worldwide. We provide free ebooks on request to book reviewers and awards voters. Please reach out via our contact page and let us know which book/s you’re interested in and which file format/s you prefer (EPUB, MOBI, or PDF).

If you are from an organization serving marginalized communities that is in need of physical book donations, please get in touch with a US shipping address and the number of copies of each title you’d like to request.

Co-owner Isabela Oliveira has been a professional editor for years, from technical documents to pop culture content. While attending college, she kept busy as the poetry editor and later the editor-in-chief of her university’s literary journal, the Salmon Creek Journal. Isabela started speaking on panels at fan conventions in 2016 and has been at it ever since. These days, she’s working as an editor by day, and an occasional podcast co-host, a crafter and maker, and an aspiring voice actress in her free time.

Co-owner Jed Sabin is a jack-of-all-trades with professional experience as an editor, writer, scientist, project coordinator, and logistics manager. They were editor-in-chief of their college student newspaper, and they worked as an editor on the Maze of Games puzzle novel. Their writing has been published by Daily Science Fiction and Wired Magazine. Their hobbies include playing hockey, inventing weird cocktails, and maintaining a spreadsheet of over 600 queer movies.