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Jason is sure his sister, Becca, was murdered, but he's the only one who thinks so. After finding a photograph Becca kept hidden, he decides to infiltrate a boxing gym to prove that she didn't die accidentally. As a transgender kid, Jason's been fighting for as long as he can remember, and those skills are going to come in handy as he investigates. Quickly invited into the ...more
Paperback, 128 pages
Expected publication: January 28th 2020 by Orca Book Publishers
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“Blood Sport” is a new offering in the Orca Soundings Hi-Lo reading series. Its intention is to address the need for more youth fiction for transgender or questioning teenagers. Tash McAdam, the author, identifies as queer and writes what “they” would like to have read in their teenage years.

The book is about Jason who is both transgender and a foster child who is close to aging out of the BC foster care system. The plan had been to join his older sister Becca when Jason turned eigh
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Tash is a Welsh-Canadian author and teacher. They've been published in multiple anthologies, and their first personal release, a YA novella called SLAM was an international bestseller. Their debut series, The Psionics, is being released in full over 2019, from Nine Star Press.

When they're not writing, they're usually found teaching either Computer Science or English in Vancouver. Tash identifies
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