Robin Talley (Author)
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November 13, 2018
5.4 X 8.3 X 1.4 inches | 1.05 pounds
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About the Author
Robin Talley studied literature and communications at American University. She lives in Washington, DC, with her wife, but visits both Boston and New York regularly despite her moral opposition to Massachusetts winters and Times Square. Her first book was 2014's Lies We Tell Ourselves. Visit her online at robintalley.com or on Twitter at @robin_talley.
"Skillfully illustrates the fear and isolation of being a lesbian teen in unforgiving times...A sweeping, engrossing drama full of important moments." -School Library Journal, Starred Review "Fun but substantive.... creatively spanning time and genre." -Booklist "Pulp pops off the page, and Talley is at her best as she explores first loves and first heartbreaks as queer girls, both today and in 1955. As the two storylines combine, readers can only marvel at Talley's deft hand and delicate characterization. PULP is a humdinger of a read. I defy anyone to put it down until the end!" -Saundra Mitchell, editor of All Out and author of The Vespertine series. "A moving chronicle of a challenging time and a lively portrait of today...A delightful love story on many levels." -Ann Bannon, author of the legendary lesbian pulp series The Beebo Brinker Chronicles "[A] wonderfully ambitious and incredibly creative exploration of queer literary history." - Dahlia Adler, author of Under the Lights "Cleverly written...superlative pacing...Suspenseful parallel lesbian love stories deftly illuminate important events in LGBTQ history." -Kirkus Reviews "Quite moving... Pulp...offers a pointed reminder that history is never that far behind us."