Alison looks forward to meeting all of their fans in Melbourne in March 2020.
Alison will give a Q&A panel over the weekend, and sign autographs on Saturday and Sunday in Melbourne.
Alison Evans is a nonbinary author from Melbourne, Australia. They are co-editor of Concrete Queers, a maker of zines and a lover of bad movies. Alison’s new book Euphoria Kids was just released on February 4th, about three young friends in a world of magic, trying to figure out themselves, their lives, and what’s really happening in the other realm.
Their work has been published in various Australian and international magazines, lit journals and zines, their novel, Ida, was the winner of the People’s Choice Award at the Victorian Premier’s Literary Awards, was shortlisted in the 2017 Aurealis Awards, and longlisted for a 2018 Gold Inky Award.
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