Old Fashioned

Rated 5.00/5 based on 2 reviews
Amelia March is tired of suitors breaking into her house after dark to express their undying love. Sure, it might be the fashion, but whatever happened to getting to know someone first? Why won’t they listen to her when she says she isn’t interested? And what does it mean that her cousin Kit thinks there’s a word for her approach to romantic relationships? More
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About K. A. Cook

K. A. Cook is a panalterous, aro-ace, genderless, autistic feminist who experiences chronic pain and mental illness. They write creative non-fiction, personal essays and novels about all of the above on the philosophy that if the universe is going to make life interesting, they might as well make interesting art.

They are the author of several short fantasy stories combining ridiculous magic, cats, disability, bacon, mental illness, microscopic gnomes, aromanticism, the undead, verbose eldritch entities and as many transgender autistics as any one story can hold.

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Review by: Alice Casey on April 13, 2018 :
What a lovely short story! I definitely want to read more by K.A. Cook!
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Review by: E Scott on April 13, 2018 :
What happens when you use the medium of fantasy fiction to help explore and explain issues of self identity? Amidst the Millennial LGBTQIA+ confusion, this is a short story of a sort-of witch and her actually-definately cousin discussing sexual identity. And you know what? It works. A blend of knowing humour, fantasy tropes and emotional musings make for a concise and curious tale that's about our modern society as much as it is about the characters of Amelia and Kit.
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