The December 2015 Issue is roughly 30 pages long, filled cover to cover with short stories and poetry all centered around a positive portrayal of queerness.
Table of Contents
Chosen by Margarita Tenser – a goddess summons a young girl with the blood of ancient queens in her vein for a great destiny. Only… he goes by Johnny now, and has no interest in any destiny.
Amistad y nada más (Friendship and Nothing More) and Seen at 11:21 pm by Laura Goetz – two poems about queer women
Bursting the Bubble by Elizabeth Hopkinson – a fantasy story with an asexual protagonist about an experiment that allows you to see faraway villages through alchemical bubbles
Sublimation by Jennifer Root – a poem about attraction to multiple genders by a bisexual poet
Most Aliens Wear Hats by Clarice Monet – a young woman acts as surrogate mother for her two friends – one of whom is a nonbinary alien that changes genders every few years.
Cove art for this issue was done by Remi Davis, a genderless artist.