Janice Lynn Mather is a Bahamian writer with an MFA from the University of British Columbia. She has been a collector of interesting jobs: journalist, conversationalist, performance poet, and professional finger-wagger. Currently, she lives in Vancouver, British Columbia, where she hunches over her computer, grows vegetables, dabbles at the beach, reads in the sun, grumbles at the rain, and, most of all, writes.
Read by Chrystal Bethell
Sixteen-year-old Indy struggles to find a place of her own in this emotional and powerful debut.
"…confronts injustice and celebrates strength of character and spirit." - Booklist
Released September 4, 2018