Literary Nonfiction. Growing up queer in the deep South, Genevieve Hudson longed for stories about lives like her own. So she turned to Alison Bechdel's groundbreaking graphic memoir, FUN HOME. In its panels, she found sly references to Bechdel's personal influences. A Little in Love with Everyone is Hudson's journey down a rabbit hole of queer heroes like Audre Lorde, Eileen Myles, and Adrienne Rich, who turned their stories into art and empowered future generations to embrace their own truths. This book is part of a new series from Fiction Advocate called Afterwords.
"I adore this book."—Karla J. Strand
Genevieve Hudson is an American writer. She is the author of the novel Boys of Alabama which O, The Oprah Magazine, Lit Hub, and Ms. Magazine selected as a recommended book to read in 2020; the short story collection Pretend We Live Here, which was a LAMBDA Literary Award finalist; and the memoir-hybrid A Little in Love with Everyone.
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