Content warning trans hate mentioned, no spoilers
Margins and Murmurations by Kes Otter Lieffe centers trans, queer, disabled, elder people and sex workers. Thanks for the recommendation!
I'm ever thirsting for stories with older/elder female or genderqueer role models and feeling so grateful for two main characters that rock: Because of how they live their relationship, their way of living with nonhuman beings, their being active in community, struggles against the state, dealing with trauma - because of the way Ash and Pinar simply are.
I liked the story and the educational parts about what it means to constantly have to deal with trans-hate, but also the entertaining ones about queer animals or the ones about plant remedies, or what murmurations are.
Time travel and neurodiverse time concepts are brought together, thus opening my understandings of time.
It's one of those books that make it difficult to leave the story and that make me miss the the characters.