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In Trouble

by E.F. Schraeder

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In Trouble anthology
Editions:Paperback
Pages: 220

Terrified, desperate, and rebellious—before 1973, those were routine reactions for anyone trapped and in trouble. Access to reproductive health care has been chipped away for decades until a single decision once again mired a new generation in historic trauma and modern repression.
The voices of In Trouble explore the fantastic and ordinary ways lives are overturned by unplanned or unexpected arrivals. This collection aims forward, delivering stories of radical agency and fierce self-direction, challenging the world of legally imposed vulnerability, exploited futures, and oppressive structures that have become so painfully real.
In Trouble is a vivid examination of power and self-determination.

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About the Author

E. F. Schraeder believes in ghosts, magic, and dogs.  Schraeder is the author of As Fast as She Can (Sirens Call Publications, 2022); the Imadjinn Award finalist, Liar: Memoir of a Haunting (Omnium Gatherum, 2021); the story collection Ghastly Tales of Gaiety and Greed (Omnium Gatherum, 2020), and several poetry chapbooks including the forthcoming Judy Garland is Not a Sunrise (Finishing Line Press).  A semi-finalist in Headmistress Press’ 2019 Charlotte Mew Chapbook Contest, Schraeder's creative work has appeared in many journals and anthologies including What Remains, Dancing in the Shadows: A Tribute to Anne Rice, Moonflowers & Nightshade: An Anthology of Sapphic Horror Sinister Wisdom, Lavender Review, Mobius: The Journal of Social Change, and others. Schraeder’s nonfiction has appeared at Fright Girl, Vastarien: A Literary Journal, the American Library Association’s Intellectual Freedom Blog, Radical Teacher, and other venues.