Kill for Love

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Product Details

Price
$28.00  $26.04
Publisher
Unnamed Press
Publish Date
Pages
244
Dimensions
5.6 X 8.6 X 1.1 inches | 0.79 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9781951213893

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About the Author








Laura Picklesimer's fiction has been featured in the Santa Ana
River Review
, Bookwoman, Gold Man Review, the Pomona Valley
Review
and the California Current Writers Series, among other publications. She was the grand prize winner of Enizagam Journal's 2018
Fiction Contest (judged by acclaimed author Rachel Khong), won third
place in the 2021 Rougarou Fabulism & Speculative Fiction Contest,
received third place in the Women's National Book Association's 2018
YA Fiction Contest, and was a finalist for the 2018 Speculative Literature
Foundation Diverse Worlds Grant. Laura earned a creative writing degree from UCLA and an MFA from Cal State Long Beach. She teaches
English and creative writing at Chaffey College.




Reviews

"In her clear and visceral sentences that evoke a world both like and unlike our own, Picklesimer places you completely in the narrator's haunting, singular journey." --Rachel Khong, author of Goodbye, Vitamin
"Kill for Love scorches and scalds like a late-summer LA wildfire. Alongside her heroine, Tiffany, Picklesimer peels back the city's beautiful skin to reveal the brute forces required to maintain its shiny surfaces, and the result is as nakedly violent as it is dazzlingly compelling. This book will fuck you up... and you will fucking love it." --Zan Romanoff, author of Look
"Kill for Love weaves a darkly comedic tale of privilege and power set against the ever-present dangers Los Angeles faces with increasing intensity each year. Tiffany is captivating and wonderfully terrifying. --Lisa Glatt, author of The Nakeds
"A tonal blend of Promising Young Woman and American Psycho, Picklesimer's electric narrative masterfully combines propulsive genre pulp with incisive prose that dissects societal-imposed gender norms and subverts all expectations of what a female antihero can be." --Peter Malone Elliott