Fiction. Short Stories. LGBTQIA Studies. 2019 Lambda Literary Award finalist for Lesbian Fiction. In her debut collection of stories, PRETEND WE LIVE HERE , Genevieve Hudson explores the idea of home and what it means to find one: in the body, in the world, in other people. Her characters are seekers, whose actions are influenced by their slippery identities and by the strange landscapes that surround them. These stories hum with sexual tension, queerness, displacement, longing, humor, and dark nostalgia.
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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.Author City: AMSTERDAM NET