I have been a fan of Elodie Iver since the debut collection of "The Violet Theory" in 2012. During the writing process, I've been able to see a lot of improvements in her writing. She has become more confident and has a better understanding of what she wants to say. This book is full of little glimpses into her life and personality that we don't often get, so it's a pleasant surprise.This book is perfect for fans of The Violet
Elodie Iver is a transwoman living in a "pre-op" genderqueer household. She is also a former transman. Elodie is a writer who has been published by the New York Times, New York Magazine, The Guardian, and many others. She has written for GLAAD, Human Rights Watch, and The Huffington Post.As an activist, Elodie Iver has helped to lead the fight for gender-neutral bathrooms and served
Recent reviews:"This book can be used for the classroom, the workplace, by parents and children, or as a handy reference for all levels of education." (Booklist)Awards:"A well-balanced mix of history, politics and psychology which will appeal to a wide range of readers." (School Library Journal)"The Violet Theories is a fascinating read." (YALSA) "An engaging and insightful book that will become a valuable
I needed to write a literature review about The Violet Theory and Starman Jones books. I read The Violet Theory with pleasure and got an A+ for my book review. Elodie Iver is a wonderful writer.