Kate Christie

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Kate Christie, author of In the Company of Women, Gay Pride & Prejudice, and the Girls of Summer series, was born and raised in Kalamazoo, MI. A graduate of Smith College, she lives near Seattle with her wife, their three daughters, and the family dog.

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In the Company of Women

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A Little Disguised: Queering the Canon, One Classic at a Time

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This was a recently family read for us, and none of us wanted to put it down! It is beautifully written and drawn, and features a happy ending--an important point for our queer family. Love, love, love this book. Highly recommend.
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“I fear I may have misrepresented myself previously," said Caroline, "for I, too, enjoy dancing, given the right partner. Unhappily, I do not often encounter the opportunity to dance with the person I might wish to." Here she held Elizabeth's gaze with seeming intent before adding: "Good day, Miss Eliza."

And then, with a slight bow that would have done many a gentleman proud, she preceded her brother and sister from the room.”
Kate Christie, Gay Pride and Prejudice

“But just because something was inevitable didn’t mean it hurt any less.”
Kate Christie, Training Ground

“Sasha had walked in on her making out with another girl in their dorm room. To her credit, Sasha”
Kate Christie, Leaving L.A.

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