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Funny, vicious, poignant, and breathlessly intelligent, Love/Aggression is a dirty delight.
Gretchen Felker-Martin, author of Manhunt and Cuckoo

I devoured every page of this sharp-hearted, gently magical-realist parable about curdled friendships, queer house drama, and the terrible price one pays to be young, femme, and ascending. With this debut, June Martin opens good new roads for trans storytelling: she shows us fear in a handful of goddess dust.
Jeanne Thornton, author of Summer Fun

Best friends Lily and Zoe fight, separate, reunite, and repeat, each time deepening the belief that the other is the source of their problems. If Lily can’t give up her desire for control, if Zoe can’t lay aside her cruelty and ego, they’ll never escape their intolerable places in the world. Traversing art, domination, sex, and shape-shifting houses, LOVE/AGGRESSION is a novel about the indignity of depending on other people, and the terrible cost of trying not to.

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friendship war // trans kaleidoscope // surreal