Famepunk: Part 1: US Open 1987

Famepunk is a fast-paced, funny novel set in a fictional version of women's professional tennis history. The story opens in New York at the 1987 US Open, where a brash, yellow-eyed local unknown has just toppled a tournament favorite in an early round. On the trail of the mystery girl's story, reporter Ellen Nagoya discovers a world of danger, desperate tragedy, and love. More

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About Liz Mackie

Liz Mackie is the author of FAMEPUNK, a multi-part novel about the life, times and primarily lesbian loves of a tennis-playing prodigy from Brighton Beach, Brooklyn. Parts 1 and 2 take the story through 1988, the biggest year in women's tennis history. Also by Liz Mackie, The Happy Valley (2009), a novel, and the on-line works collected at her website rip-tv.com. She's lived in Brighton Beach since 2002 and works in Lower Manhattan.

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