Touch is outlawed. Mothers like Maggie bind their infants' hands, terrified they might slip fingers into mouths. Gary, a Sterilizer, uses robots to scour the infected, avoiding all contact with human flesh. Trevor, the Chief Enforcer, watches, eager to report any and all infractions.
One inadvertent touch will change all of their lives.
|Publisher:||Mill City Press, Inc.|
|Product dimensions:||5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.88(d)|
About the Author
DENISE R. STEPHENSON resides in Oceanside, CA, but she has lived in all the remote locales of her first novel, Isolation. Staying inside of boxes, forms, and genres has never been her strength. She's published over 20 academic articles and book chapters, many of which stray from traditional conventions. As a member of Attention Deficit Drama, she has written and produced monologs and short plays. She hopes to one day see on stage, Hibakusha, her most recent play about nuclear disasters. Stephenson is a book artist as well as a writer and has shown her letterpress book What She Said in several national shows.Website: http://denisestephenson.com/Hometown: Oceanside, CAPlace of birth: Fort Dodge, IADate of birth: November 15, 1960Education: BA, University of Northern Iowa, 1983; PhD, University of New Mexico, 1996