Marlowe Granados and Terese Mason Pierre are pleasure seekers, explorers and indulgers. Join them as they navigate their way to a deeper understanding of what it means to
Marlowe Granados and Terese Mason Pierre are pleasure seekers, explorers and indulgers. Join them as they navigate their way to a deeper understanding of what it means to be a person following their desires.
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Marlowe Granados is a writer and filmmaker. She co-hosts The Mean Reds, a podcast dedicated to women-led films, and her advice column, “Designs for Living,” appears in The Baffler. After spending time in New York and London, Granados currently resides in Toronto. Happy Hour is her début novel.
Terese Mason Pierre
Terese Mason Pierre is a writer, editor and organizer whose work has been published in Strange Horizons, The Temz Review, Cosmonauts Avenue, and elsewhere online and in print. She is the poetry editor of Augur Magazine, and volunteers with Shab-e She’r reading series. Terese lives and works in Toronto.
Refreshing and wry in equal measure, Happy Hour is an intoxicating novel of youth well spent. Isa Epley is all of twenty-one years old and already wise enough to understand that the purpose of life is the pursuit of pleasure. She arrives in New York City for a summer of adventure with her best friend, one newly blond Gala Novak. They have little money, but that’s hardly going to stop them from having a good time. A cri de cœur for party girls and anyone who has ever felt entitled to an adventure of their own, Happy Hour is an effervescent tonic for the ails of contemporary life.
From Toronto-based poet Terese Mason Pierre comes Manifest, a gorgeous speculative/fantasy-filled journey to the outer limits of human desire. Mason Pierre’s romantic, dreamy, and ethereal language stops time: and in that held moment, we are transported to lands, beaches, and worlds that may only exist in our collective unconscious, but that move us toward a profoundly intimate understanding of what it means to be human.
This chapbook is printed on white paper with cardstock cover lovingly designed and typeset by Dani Spinosa. Gorgeous cover art by Mia Carnevale. Poetry edited by Tiffany Morris.
AuthorTerese Mason Pierre
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