Everett Maroon is a memoirist, humorist, pop culture commentator, and fiction writer. He has a B.A. in English from Syracuse University and went through an English literature master’s program there. He is a member of the Pacific Northwest Writers. Everett is the author of a memoir, Bumbling into Body Hair, and the young adult series Time Guardians, both published by Lethe Press. He is currently finished the second book in the series, Intermediate Time Travel. Everett has written for Bitch Magazine, GayYA.org, The Daily Dot, Global Comment, RH RealityCheck, and Remedy Quarterly and had short stories published by Expanded Horizons, SPLIT Quarterly and Twisted Dreams Magazine. Everett’s blog is transplantportation.com. Everett lives in Walla Walla, Washington, with his partner and two children.
A poignant and sincere memoir about a klutz’s sex change, Bumbling into Body Hair shows how a sense of humor, along with true love, can triumph over the magnitude of the life changes one experiences transitioning. Maroon found himself faced with bathroom drama, hair disasters, resurrected breasts, and crippling self-doubt, but his acceptance of being a transman can be an inspiration to anyone.
Jack, a sarcastic fifteen year old boy with a knack for automotive repair and self-acceptance beyond his age finds an experimental treatment for epilepsy causes him to travel back in time and find himself in the body of 1920s teenage girl, Jaqueline.