Marisol, a young, queer Puerto Rican woman, sleepwalks through her days as a grocery-store cashier. She's lost her home, her love... everything that's ever meant anything to her has been taken away, stripping her life down to the barest of essentials. All is not lost, though. There's a rumour, a chance she might be able to get something back--not her life, but some shred of it--if she's willing to fight. All it requires is a leap of faith, and the willingness to take on the Universe itself.
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About the Author
ANDREW WILMOT is a writer, editor, and artist living in Toronto, ON. He holds a Master in Publishing from SFU and spends his days writing, editing, and painting stupidly large pieces. He currently works as a freelance reviewer, academic editor, and substantive/copy editor with several independent presses and publications. To date his work has been published in Found Press, The Singularity, Glittership, Drive In Tales, Turn to Ash, and Crap Orgasm, and he was the winner of the 2015 Friends of Merril Short Story Contest. He is also one of the co-publishers and co-EIC of Anathema: Spec from the Margins, a speculative fiction journal for queer writers of colour. His first novel, The Death Scene Artist, will be published by Buckrider Books, an imprint of Wolsak & Wynn, in Fall 2018.