Nevada is a book I deeply identify. The inner monologue of Maria Griffiths is so eerily close to my own at times that I have to wonder how Imogen Binnie knows me so well. It's a darkly funny tale that is not afraid to spend 60 pages wrestling with a character's inner turmoil, only to call itslef out on the absurdness of it all in the next chapter. I've never felt so seen and so lovingly attacked at the same time.
Nevada is the darkly comedic story of Maria Griffiths, a young trans woman living in New York City and trying to stay true to her punk values while working retail. When she finds out her girlfriend has lied to her, the world she thought she'd carefully built for herself begins to unravel, and Maria sets out on a journey that will most certainly change her forever.