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Covington Branch YA LO M (Text) 33126019534019 YA Fiction Available -
Wm. E. Durr Branch YA LO M (Text) 33126015665940 YA Fiction Checked out 01/02/2019

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  • ISBN: 9780316040099
  • ISBN: 0316040096
  • Physical Description: 264 p. ; 22 cm.
  • Edition: 1st ed.
  • Publisher: New York : Little, Brown and Co., c2009.

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In this variation on the Cinderella story, Ash grows up believing in the fairy realm that the king and his philosophers have sought to suppress, until one day she must choose between a handsome fairy cursed to love her and the King's Huntress whom she loves.
Subject: Cinderella (Tale) > Adaptations.
Fairy tales.
Love > Fiction.
Self-realization > Fiction.
Fairies > Fiction.
Stepfamilies > Fiction.
Orphans > Fiction.
Lesbians > Fiction.
Stepmothers > Fiction.
Stepfamilies > Fiction.
Genre: Hunting stories.

Malinda Lo was born in China and moved to the United States as a child. She grew up in Colorado and has since lived in Boston, New York, London, Beijing, Los Angeles, and San Francisco. She is the former managing editor of AfterEllen.com, the largest entertainment news website for lesbians and bisexual women. In 2006, Malinda was awarded the Sarah Pettit Memorial Award for Excellence in LGBT Journalism by the National Gay and Lesbian Journalists Association. She is a graduate of Wellesley College and has master's degrees from Harvard and Stanford universities.

Malinda now lives in Northern California with her partner and their dog. Ash was her first novel.

Malinda Lo is the critically acclaimed author of Ash, Huntress, Adaptation, Inheritance, and A Line in the Dark. Ash, a lesbian retelling of Cinderella, was a finalist for the William C. Morris YA Debut Award, the Andre Norton Award for YA Science Fiction and Fantasy, the Mythopoeic Fantasy Award, and was a Kirkus Best Book for Children and Teens. She has been a three-time finalist for the Lambda Literary Award. Malinda's nonfiction has been published by The New York Times Book Review, NPR, The Huffington Post, The Toast, The Horn Book, and AfterEllen. She lives with her partner in Massachusetts.

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