". . . a queer gem of a book... wonderful, literary, sexy, funny . . , by turns mystifying, hilarious, admirable, and always hard to put down . . ."
Vera is one of CURVE Magazine's
We're not in 1999 anymore. Vera has finally come out.
Pocket Books rejected Vera for being "too literary, on one hand, and too sexy on the other," while Clifford Chase calls it, "A new kind of novel: a love story of ideas, a lyrical romp, a faux mystery with genuine heart.”
Part Don Quixote bubbling dreamer, part reckless detective, the narrator of Vera pilots her way through a murky urban terrain, in search of love and answers. What she discovers, in a 1990’s San Francisco stuck somewhere between AIDS and 9/11, is not what she set out to find.
Featured in Publisher's Weekly
Vera has the last word in Publisher's Weekly, Gender Expressions: Transgender Books, 2016.
Witness Vera's Dazzling Rejections
Absolutely superb, sexy, captivating . . . W.W. Norton & Company