Elison, Meg

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Big Girl

Through the lens of sf/fantasy, Elison’s works bring to light topics we generally prefer to keep in the dark: obesity, body shaming, privilege, poverty, and governmental control. With concise, sharp prose and a satirical point of view, Elison take us places we never wanted to go, but in the end we are grateful that we went.

The Book of Flora

Combining a grim, futuristic world, fascinating character relationships, and a deep exploration of gender roles and identity, the last of Elison's "Road to Nowhere" trilogy (after The Book of Etta) offers a sound and satisfying conclusion.

The Book of Etta

This effort is weaker both in form and presentation than the stronger first book. Recommended with reservations where Elison is popular.

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