Set-Point by Fawn Parker


Fawn Parker

232 pages first pub 2019 (editions)

nonfiction challenging reflective slow-paced


Set-Point is a novel about personal, sexual, and physical identity. In a voice that is at once brutally honest and humorous, the story follows Lucy Frank, a mid-20s aspiring screenwriter living in Montreal who begins work as a digital sex worker, ...

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