JUST OUT from Lacuna!

When a self-appointed independent activist and her office-temp-with-a-doctorate buddy embark on a quest for a chocolate bar (a bar that serves not alcohol, but chocolate – in all its deliciously decadent forms), they pick up a hitchhiking extraterrestrial who’s stopped on Earth to ask for directions.  Trying to explain Earl (Earth), confronting everyday sexism (rather like bashing your head against a jellyfish), and committing assorted outrageous acts and everyday rebellions, they help ‘X’ find the information she needs to get back home – and go with her – to become chocolate bartenders.

A radfem romp to make you laugh and think at the same time.

Available in print at Lacuna, AmazonBarnes and Noble, Chapters, and wherever you buy your books online.

Also available in KindleKobo, as a NookBook, and as an iBook.

 

If you’d like to submit an entry to be included in Jane Smith’s Translation Dictionary, go to the Tumblr page.  If you’d like to read the complete-as-of-now (and alphabetized!) dictionary, click here.

If you’d like to make a submission to Jane’s other webpage, “And here’s something else that would never happen to a man…,” go to this Tumblr page.  You can read all of the submissions-to-date either there or  here.

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