Orlando Press

‘Orlando Press is an independent publisher dedicated to weird, sci-fi, intersectional, experimental and otherwise bold fiction and creative non-fiction.’ 

It takes its name from the Virginia Woolf novel Orlando, featuring themes of gender fluidity. A common androgyny icon in the medieval and early modern period was the Rebis, a conjoined male and female figure, often with solar and lunar motifs. The Orlando Press icon presents these motifs as a lunar eclipse.