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Michelle Tea


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Michelle Tea is an American lesbian identified author and literary arts organizer whose autobiographical works explore queer culture, feminism, race, class, prostitution, and other themes.
 
Novels
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Collections
   The Beautiful (poems) (2003)
   Some Angels Wear Black (poems) (2005)
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Anthologies edited
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Non fiction
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Michelle Tea recommends
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The Seas (2004)
Samantha Hunt
"The Seas is creepy and poetic, subversive and strangely funny, [and] a phenomenal piece of literature."
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Nevada (2013)
Imogen Binnie
"[Nevada] is everything-personal, political, funny, raw, hyper-brainy, and down to earth. I want to stay in Maria's brain forever as she rides her bike through the streets of Brooklyn, doggedly hashing out her existence with humor and befuddled honesty. A really powerful new literary voice."
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Stray City (2018)
Chelsey Johnson
"A love letter to Portland in the 90s, Stray City is a gorgeous, funny, sharply spot-on tale of growing up and making family again and again and again."
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The Future of Another Timeline (2019)
Annalee Newitz
"The mind-blowing punk feminist sci-fi time traveling thriller you've been waiting for, and which our culture desperately needs. Packed with action, sass, righteousness, technology and danger, it just might be a perfect book."
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Boys of Alabama (2020)
Genevieve Hudson
"A gripping, uncanny, and queer exploration of being a boy in America, told with detail that dazzles and disturbs."
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At Certain Points We Touch (2022)
Lauren John Joseph
"The struggle to find ones place in the world as an artist and lover, creating self and culture as you go along - At Certain Points We Touch captures this fleeting, dazzling moment with glamour and heart."

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