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Tiny Pieces of Skull

Author: Roz Kaveney
Pub Date: 27/04/2015
'WINNER 2016 LAMBDA BEST TRANS FICTION LITERARY AWARD' In the 1980s, poet and activist Roz Kaveney wrote a novel, 'Tiny Pieces of Skull', about trans street life and bar life in London and Chicago in the late 1970s.
ISBN: 9780956971975
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Much admired in manuscript by writers from Kathy Acker to Neil Gaiman, it has never seen print until now...Funny and terrifying by turns, and full of glimpses of other lives, it is the story of how beautiful Natasha persuades clever Annabelle to run away from her life and have adventures, more adventures than either of them quite meant her to have... 'A certain classic, a definitive portrait of trans outside the niceties of middle class daydreams. Brava, sister mine.' - Kate Bornstein, writer and activist 'Even now I find it hard to put into words quite how moving and marvellous I found it. It's an astonishing, troubling book; scalpel-sharp; brittle; bleak and brave.
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