Specs: 5 1/2” x 8 1/4” • 200pp • Suggestions for Further Reading • Written in Verse • About the Author Section • Hi/Lo Content
HC ed.: 978-1-9785-9568-2 • $25.80 | $19.40
eBook: 978-1-9785-9562-0 • $25.80 | $19.40
Paperback: 978-1-9785-9560-6 • $16.35 | $14.20
Words matter to Teegan. Best Friend. Forever. Future. But nothing seems clear this summer when her best friend leaves for a college road trip and her future plans after high school are nonexistent. Teegan takes an opportunity to go to New York City for journalism camp, where she is assigned to work the same beat as brilliant, complex Marcy. As Teegan starts to fall in love with Marcy, she realizes the need to discover her own voice. Can she find the right words to say how she feels, and the courage to figure out what she wants, before their summer is over?
About the Author: Dakota is a poet and writer who manages a queer café in New Hampshire. Dakota is an alum of AmeriCorps National Civilian Community Corps, and served ten months in the Southwest region of the country. They have previously published their own zine, Term, and have had their nonfiction published in Crab Fat Magazine. In their space time, they volunteer as a facilitator for the local LGBTQ Youth Group, sip lattes, peruse greenhouses, and browse the local bookstores for their next great read! They live with their wife, Danielle, and their 32 houseplants in Dover, New Hampshire.