“Increasing Police Visibility”

Title“Increasing Police Visibility”
Year for Search2015
AuthorsTakács, Bogi(b. 1983)
Secondary AuthorsMcGuire, Seanan(b. 1978)
Secondary TitleQueers Destroy Science Fiction Lightspeed
Volume / Editionno. 61
Pagination160-
Date PublishedJune 2015
ISBN Number9781590216934
KeywordsHungarian author, Transgender author, US author
Annotation

The story is set in a country in which algorithms are used to supposedly deny entry, but they have at least a two-thirds error rate. But a visible police presence is considered more important because the right wing wants it. 

Additional Publishers

Rpt. GlitterShip Year 1. Ed. Keffy R. M. Kehrli (Np: GlitterShip, 2017), 47-; Sunspot Jungle: The Ever-Expanding Universe of Science Fiction and Fantasy [the cover adds Volume Two]. Ed. Bill Campbell (Greenbelt, MD: Rosarium, 2018), 446-; and in his The Trans Space Octopus Congregation: Stories (Maple Shade, NJ: Lethe Press, 2019), 111-15.

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Author Note

The trans. agender author using, the pronouns e/em/emself or singular they, was born in Hungary, raised, and most lived, but currently lives in the U. S.

Full Text

2015 Takács, Bogi (b. 1983). “Increasing Police Visibility.” Queers Destroy Science Fiction. Ed. Seanan McGuire. Lightspeed, no. 61 (June 2015): 160-. Rpt. GlitterShip Year 1. Ed. Keffy R. M. Kehrli (Np: GlitterShip, 2017), 47-; Sunspot Jungle: The Ever-Expanding Universe of Science Fiction and Fantasy [the cover adds Volume Two]. Ed. Bill Campbell (Greenbelt, MD: Rosarium, 2018), 446-; and in his The Trans Space Octopus Congregation: Stories (Maple Shade, NJ: Lethe Press, 2019), 111-15.

The story is set in a country in which algorithms are used to supposedly deny entry, but they have at least a two-thirds error rate. But a visible police presence is considered more important because the right wing wants it. The trans. agender author using, the pronouns e/em/emself or singular they, was born in Hungary, raised, and most lived, but currently lives in the U. S.