Marisa Crane

Genres: Science Fiction
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Bad Habit (2024)
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"Brutal, tender, and vulnerable - Portero has written a masterpiece, an ode, a life-giving story of trans affirmation."
What Grows in the Dark (2024)
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"At once suspenseful and tender, What Grows in the Dark joins the ranks of Yellowjackets as a queer horror masterpiece. It is so many things: a spooky page-turner, an unflinching examination of trauma, and a moving and brilliant exploration of all the things that possess us and keep us trapped in the past - guilt, shame, failure, and monsters, both real and of our own making. This is a surprising, haunting, and necessary book."
We Ate the Dark (2024)
Mallory Pearson
"Written with gorgeous, hypnotic prose, We Ate the Dark is a piece of uncategorizable beauty and a masterclass in suspense: a ghost story inside a mystery inside a story of queer love, friendship, and family. Pearson has added to the queer horror canon with a deeply felt, deeply human masterpiece about grief, magic, connection, and all the things that keep us coming back to one another. Spooky, tender, and heartbreaking, it'll have you turning the pages like an incantation."

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