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BLACK ART: Modern-day noir with trans man lead (& author)

Black Art by V.T. Davy is a perfectly well-constructed piece of noir, a Jengalike masterpiece of clues that lead to more shocking clues before finally culminating in a payoff and solution that was actually worth the buildup. (I’m often frustrated by … Continue reading

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Billionaire romance: indulge your “what if Steve Jobs was nice” fantasy, w/young trans love interest

A Boy Called Cin by Cecil Wilde is a luscious piece of wish-fulfillment in which a character who is basically the amiable, generous, bisexual nerd-programmer-billionaire (that probably has Steve Jobs as his Mirror Universe Evil Twin) falls for a bratty young … Continue reading

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In honor of Micah and real kids like him, royalties for Figs until March 31 will go to Trans Life Line

This is Micah, the trans street boy who may or may not know what happened to Esther’s stolen violin in A Harvest of Ripe Figs. He has no reason to cooperate with the authorities—for now, anyway! (Note for people looking for … Continue reading

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