"Even without the preferred methods, one must survive," swears Lovedog, one of the incandescent stars in Lilith Latini's constellation of trans heroines. But these women are far from satisfied with mere survival.
Whether fooling around with boys, dancing till sunrise, or just putting together a really bioluminescent outfit, they are sharply funny, audaciously poised, and recklessly honest. A body would hardly know they are only ever a stumble from disaster.
About the Author
LILITH LATINI is a poet and party girl based in Philadelphia, PA. Her work has appeared in Troubling The Line, XOJane, Trans Poets Will Burn Your House Down, and her 2013 zine Lip Print. She is a graduate of the University of North Carolina at Asheville. Improvise, Girl, Improvise is her first book.