Lizzi Duff


Bridgetender is Lizzi Duff’s third novel. Her first, The Ram, won 2nd place for Literary Fiction in the 2003 Pacific Northwest Writers Association Literary Contest. Lizzi is a transgender woman and board member of the Gender Justice League. She fights in the streets for gender justice, prison abolition and climate justice. She exults in cycling helmet-free through Seattle nights. Her daily life weaves writing with shamanic drumming. Food bank work sustains her and her parrot, Lily.


Price: $5.99 USD. Words: 88,480. Language: English. Published: October 19, 2015. Categories: Fiction » Gay & lesbian fiction » Lesbian, Fiction » Visionary & metaphysical
When she is 11, Edna Mae is raped. In an altered state, she kills her rapist. Or does he kill himself? This twin trauma launches her extraordinary life. She becomes multiple murderer, sex addict, wife and mom. She shape shifts into her totemic heron. She stays grounded in her lifelong lesbian love affair with Toni. But men die. By age 61, Edna Mae seeks confession and redemption. Can she find it?

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