A New Anthology from Lonely Cryptid Media: Resist With Every Inch and Every Breath!

As a phrase, “resist with every inch and every breath” perfectly captures the spirit of resistance that has sustained so many activists across so many movements. Now, this collection of 12 poems and stories explores the meaning of that phrase.

The cover of Resist With Every Inch and Every Breath shows a group of protesters in black and white standing before a city. They are holding signs that show a vision of purple space and stars.

We are so pleased to announce the publication of our second anthology: Resist With Every Inch and Every Breath!

In the face of overwhelming unequal and discriminatory structures there are those who stand up and commit their lives to make change.

This collection of twelve poems and stories asks us to think deeply about resistance big and small. In this anthology we look to the present and future of resistance and ask: What does it mean to fight for the last inch of freedom? What does it mean to fight until the last breath our body holds?

With stories contributed by D L Lang, Jefferson Retallack, Kate Pashby, Katherine Sinback, Catherine A. Lee, T.B. Grennan, Marsheila Rockwell, Laura J. Campbell, M. Kelly Peach, Octavia Cade, Beulah Vega, and Molly Thynes.

You can per-order the anthology now on Amazon, Smashwords, and Itch.io for release this May 1st. Happy May Day everyone!

As a special treat, our first anthology Fireweed: Stories from the Revolution is available for free (or pay what you want) through our store. If you’re a try before you buy kind of person you can check out the kinds of stories and poems we thought were cool for our first anthology.

This image shows the cover of the book and the book description.

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