“About Tragic Coolness:
When a handsome stranger arrives at the family orchard, Tatyana’s world is turned upside-down. It’s been ages since she’s felt an attraction like this. And yet, when she confesses her love, the enigmatic Eugene Onegin rips her heart to shreds. Years later, when they meet again, will Eugene surrender to his long-buried emotions? Or will a tragic coolness be his downfall?
A Modern Adaptation of the Verse Novel “Eugene Onegin” by Alexander Pushkin.
Targeted Age Group: Mainstream Fiction/General Audience
Written by: Giselle Renarde
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Giselle Renarde is an award-winning queer Canadian writer. Nominated Toronto’s Best Author in NOW Magazine’s 2015 Readers’ Choice Awards, her fiction has appeared in well over 100 short story anthologies, including prestigious collections like Best Lesbian Romance, Best Women’s Erotica, and the Lambda Award-winning collection Take Me There, edited by Tristan Taormino. Giselle’s juicy novels include Anonymous, Cherry, Seven Kisses, and The Other Side of Ruth.
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