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The Dirt Chronicles by Kristyn Dunnion
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The Dirt Chronicles

by Kristyn Dunnion

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In The Dirt Chronicles, Kristyn Dunnion writes brilliant, moving stories about a diverse crowd: anarchist punks, dumpster-diving freegans, a First Nations lesbian teenager, queer brown kids in foster care, trans sex workers, middle-aged ostensibly straight men with intense homoerotic cross-cultural bonds, and tireless activists living in abandoned buildings. The subjects of Dunnion’s stories are the kinds of people you don’t usually come across even in queer literature, those outlaws who are on the fringes of sub-cultures. The Dirt Chronicles is a stunning collection of often sexy but also challenging literary stories...
See the rest of my review here: http://caseythecanadianlesbrarian.wordpress.com/2012/07/27/a-collection-at-once-... ( )
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A collection of interconnected stories about a group of urban outlaws planning to take over the world while living collectively in an abandoned chair factory in Toronto.

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