March of the Androgynous
Genre: Short Story | Comedy | Drama | LGBT |
“Juno” meets “Love, Simon” in E.E. Blackwood’s new and endearing short story about self discovery.
Megan Duffy is going home. A life-long struggle with identity has resulted in a three-year-high retaining wall between flesh and blood. But now her older brother is expecting his first-born child. Megan has decided it’s time to lay the axe to rest, but life has not yet finished teaching her what it truly means to be family.