The Sun isn’t Out Long Enough is an anthology about queer experiences across borders and other stories told with no shame.
Edited by Tatevik Sargsyan, with a foreword by Mary Jean Chan and an afterword by Kazim Ali.
Through poetry and prose, 20 writers explore themes of belonging and loss in relation to migration, language and inhabiting the spaces in between identities, queer historical figures, liminal love and diasporic desires.
With contributions from: Taylor Johnson, Jay G Ying, Xandria Phillips, Noor Hindi, Andriniki Mattis, Jody Chan, Diana Khoi Nguyen, Peter Scalpello, Ximena Keogh Serrano, Courtney Conrad, Leah Cowan, Joshua Escobar, Shayna Gee, Sarah Giragosian, Golnoosh Nour, John McCullough, Alton Melvar M Dapanas, J.P. Der Boghossian, Jee Leong Koh, Sanjana Bijlani.
The title is taken from the opening poem the sun isn’t out long enough by Andrinki Mattis.
Supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England.
Dimensions: 210 x 148 mm
Cover illustration by Yannick Scott
Printed by TJ Books in Padstow, Cornwall, England.