I’ve written a lot of nonfiction over the years; the Internet is both permanent and ephemeral so much of it was designed to be a fleeting part of the content churn anyway. There are currently no links to short nonfiction here. Instead, find my fiction and non-fiction book-length projects.

 
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Dust Bath Revival

This is the result of all of my frustration with dystopias and zombie fiction, bundled up into an alternate history of a Florida in a world that hasn’t recovered from the Dust Bowl. Reborn, government conspiracy, and hunger are the primary features of the landscape, but it’s all normal for 16-year-old Henrietta Goodness until the arrival of a mysterious cousin.

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Hogtown Market

This sequel to Dust Bath Revival follows Hank and Jimmy on their quest to rescue Hank’s brother and avoid capture. In the process, Hank learns a lot more about her family—including some uncomfortably ominous facts that make her question her origins and make her realize the truth about some branches of her family tree. Hank meets (makes out with) a dangerous new ally, and they manage to make some new friends, too. Too bad it’s all precarious because Cousin James and the specter of Government Station 12 are looming.

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Lessons from the Fat-o-sphere

When I started blogging, I never anticipated that I’d end up writing a book. But in 2009, Kate Harding and I got to celebrate the release of Lessons from the Fat-o-sphere into the world. I’ve done all kinds of interviews to talk about it ever since. And if you are looking for a way into finding peace with your body; if you are looking for permission to get off the compulsory diet roller coaster; if you are exhausted from the mandatory obsession in our culture with weight but you also can’t handle the cutesy “I’m a goddess” take on things, this is the book I want you to have.

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