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Here for all the book talk. Never not reading. Representation matters.

Always trying to build a canon without white cis male authors. Dream job: library curator.

fav genres: queer_feminist and anarchist dystopia and solarpunk sci fi exploring and dreaming worlds and togethers - after a revolution, after or fighting capitalism, white supremacy and racism, cis heteronormativity, ableism, patriarchy. I love reading cook books.

Current interests: solarpunk, emotional work, exhaustion and trauma, cooking, preserving and baking, from textile to plant fiber crafts.

Listening to audio books is reading, too.

Book talk in English and German.

Avatar alt text: my hand holding a book upside-town, nails painted in different pinks. Book title is partly visible, it's "Der Pilz am Ende der Welt" von Anna Lowenhaupt Tsing

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Imogen, Obviously (2023, HarperCollins Publishers Limited) No rating

Imogen Scott has questions…

Imogen Scott may be hopelessly heterosexual, but she’s got the World’s …

quick online library read in between, it's a cute bi* coming of age story, as far as I can tell after the first 50 pages or so.

I like Becky Albertalli for queer coming of age books and representation of queer, especially bi* people, people of color, fat and disabled folks, but especially for strong representation of bi * characters and writing about bisexuality. Also: comfort reading!

Margins and Murmurations (Paperback, 2017, Createspace Independent Publishing Platform, CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform) No rating

Imagine you had the ability to move through your own life, to revisit your past …

Margins and Murmurations

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Content warning trans hate mentioned, no spoilers