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Margins and Murmurations

Transfeminism. Sex work. Time travel.
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"Literally, could not put it down! Amazing, inspiring, moving... This is some bad-ass speculative fiction right here." This is the story of Ash, a trans woman and healer living in a corner of Europe controlled by a militarized state. Amid the economic crash of the 2020s, this land, once a hub of diversity, saw the rise of a state-imposed monoculture of gender, sexuality, ability and race. Those that didn't fit, known as the divergents, were imprisoned, expelled or worse. Ash and her best friend Pinar long ago escaped the City, left behind their days of fighting State oppression, and are eking out a calmer life in the forest, ravaged by the effects of climate change. One day, Jason, a resistance fighter, arrives abruptly into their life, reigniting personal and political drives and they find themselves drawn back into the fight. Joining trans and queer organisers, sex workers and other members of a hidden underclass, they risk everything to return to the City and face their oppressors. In this fight for dignity, self-determination and survival, Ash's ability to transcend time, a trait that until now she has considered her curse, turns out to be a more powerful weapon than anyone could have imagined.
Release date NZ
March 20th, 2017
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Audience
  • General (US: Trade)
Pages
368
Series
Dimensions
152x229x21
ISBN-13
9781543285819
Product ID
37468290

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