Robin and Her Misfits

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Price
$14.00  $13.02
Publisher
Three Rooms Press
Publish Date
Pages
278
Dimensions
5.5 X 8.25 X 0.7 inches | 0.75 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781953103314

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About the Author

Dr. Kelly Ann Jacobson is the author or editor of many published books, including, most recently, her young adult novel Tink and Wendy (Three Rooms Press), winner of the 2021 Foreword Indies Gold Medal for Young Adult Fiction and her contest-winning chapbook An Inventory of Abandoned Things (Split/Lip Press). Kelly's short fiction has been published in such places as Best Small Fictions, Daily Science Fiction, Northern Virginia Review, Iron Horse Literary Review, New Plains Review, and Gargoyle. Kelly received her PhD in fiction from Florida State University. She currently lives in Lynchburg, Virginia, where she is an Assistant Professor of English at University of Lynchburg.

Reviews

Most Anticipated LGBTQIA+ Books: Young Adult Literature -LAMBDA Literary

Most Anticipated Young Adult Books --LGBTQ Reads

Recommended LGBTQ+ YA --Reads Rainbow

"A diverse and entertaining twist on a popular legend in a YA novel about a roving female gang of fun-loving rebel bikers and street racers who, led by Robin, agree to give back to other girls in need of help in an original LGBTQ blending of Robin Hood and Fast and Furious. . . . Unreservedly recommended for high school and community library LGBTQ fiction collections for young readers ages 14-18." --Midwest Book Reviews Children's Bookwatch, LGBT Fiction Shelf

"Robin and Her Misfits revisits a classic story about breaking the law, turning it into a poignant, exciting novel about queer love, homecomings, and hope." --Foreword Reviews

"[A] rousing heist adventure . . . Jacobson's take on the well-known tale, told through a cinematic plotline, centers themes of found family and queer love." --Publishers Weekly"A queer retelling of Robin Hood full of heists, heart, and Florida humidity . . . Captures all the nuances of each main characters' personalities as well as the found family that made Robin Hood and his Merry Men such a beloved classic." --The Southern Bookseller Review

"In this modern reimagining of the legend of Robin Hood, a cast of queer girls fight to free themselves from the control of powerful crime families and their own pasts. Fast-paced action and high stakes." --Kirkus Reviews

"Compelling and heart-warming . . . Twists and turns, badassery and a big sense of love." --Reads With Pride

"Robin and Her Misfits is another superb queer young adult retelling of a favorite classic from the marvelous Kelly Ann Jacobson. Misfits, indeed! Such stunning storytelling, with vibrant characters wholly Jacobson's own. I haven't enjoyed the trials and tribulations of a group of misfits quite as much since watching Times Square. You don't want to miss it." --Addie Tsai, author, Unwieldy Creatures and Dear Twin

"Robin And Her Misfits reads like the action movie with all-female leads you always hoped for... A greasy, gritty adventure carved for those who need a massive flip in the script. This is one gang of master criminal misfits you wouldn't want to mess with... A delightfully queer troop of outliers who dare to lean into all the twists and curves." --Jessamyn Violet, author, Secret Rules to Being a Rockstar


"This lightning-paced novel is addictive for any misfit who's felt lost and angry, who hankers after a little bit--okay, a whole lot--of revenge. If you're craving a dose of transgression in your reading, these queer gangster girls, and their madcap capers, are for you." --Lucy Jane Bledsoe, author, No Stopping Us Now and Tell the Rest


Past praise for Kelly Ann Jacobson's Tink and Wendy:

"This atmospheric reimaging is rife with divided loyalties and harsh tragedies. Introspective and character-driven, it retains the misty, fairy-tale feel of impossible things and childhood yearning . . . Jacobson shines in thoughtfully rendering the classic characters as well-rounded, complex, and flawed individuals." --School Library Journal

"A masterful reinvention of the classic. Full of teenage angst and yearning, it is poignant, relatable, and full of contemporary appeal." --Foreword Reviews


"A modern tale that completely reinvents the characters ... both beautiful and hea