Tag Archives: trans fiction

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

Black Art┬áby 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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Short story collection about trans women, by trans author

A Safe Girl to Love is a collection of eleven pieces of writing–fiction, satire, bittersweet humor–centering on the contemporary transfeminine experience. So readers go in knowing what to expect: the fiction is thick on scenes and vignettes rather than plot, … Continue reading

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Nevada: award winning trans fiction by a trans author

“Her whole life is the abusive boyfriend she’s finally leaving, and everyone is rooting for her.” — basically sums up Nevada by Imogene Binnie for me. I love Binnie’s aggressively chatty writing style. She writes like people actually tell stories … Continue reading

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