AUTHOR: Bushra Rehman
PUBLISHER: Sibling Rivalry Press
DATE: 2013
PAGES: 154

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Publisher’s Description

Razia Mirza is a Pakistani woman from Corona, Queens, who grew up in a tight Muslim community surrounding the first Sunni masjid built in New York City. When a rebellious streak leads to her ex-communication, she decides to hit the road. Corona moves between Razia’s childhood and the comedic misadventures she encounters on her journey, from a Puritan Colony in Massachusetts to New York City’s Bhangra music scene. With each story, we learn more about the past she’s escaping, a past which leads her to constantly travel in a spiral, always coming closer to but never quite arriving home.

Inclusion Criteria

A main character (Razia) is attracted to people of more than one gender. Nominated for the Lambda Literary Award in Bisexual Fiction (2014).

Library Notes

Purchased used the library, like-new paperback.

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