CUNY Humanities Alliance Graduate Fellow, Jenn Polish, publishes debut novel and novela!

Congratulations to CUNY Humanities Alliance Fellow and HASTAC Scholar, Jenn Polish, on the publication of their debut novels.
Jenn’s debut novella, LOST BOY, FOUND BOY (NineStar Press), is a scifi re-telling of Peter Pan in which Neverland is a holomatrix, Hook is a bisexual cyborg, and Tink is an asexual lesbian computer interface. Their debut novel, LUNAV (NineStar Press), features dragons that grow on trees, friendship amongst rebellion, and a teenage faerie who just wants to protect her dragon: falling in love with a human girl wasn’t part of her plan.

At their book launch party at Books of Wonder on Thursday, March 22, 6-8pm, Jenn was in conversation with fellow CUNY Graduate Center student and author Marcos S. Gonsalez, whose incisive, lyrical book of essays is represented by Lauren Abramo, VP of Dystel, Goderich, & Bourret literary agency.
CUNY Humanities Alliance Fellow, Jenn Polish, at their book launch at Books of Wonder, in conversation with Graduate Center peer and author, Marcos Gonsalez.

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