Tale of the Pack 1: Lunatic Fringe
Tale of the Pack 1: Lunatic Fringe

Allison Moon

Tale of the Pack 1: Lunatic Fringe

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Allison Moon indulges the feminine wild by giving the classic werewolf myth a feminist lesbian twist. Lexie Clarion's first night at college, she falls in with a pack of radical feminist werewolf hunters. The next morning, she falls for a mysterious woman who may be among the hunted. As Lexie's new lover and the Pack battle for Lexie's allegiance, the waxing moon illuminates old hatreds, new enemies, and a secret from Lexie's childhood that will change her life forever


"A thinking lesbian's werewolf story." 
- Good Lesbian Books

"Enthralling, empowering, and well written." 
- Curve Magazine

"Lunatic Fringe is a pretty foxy romance and an excellent exploration of groups and identity, both of which make it a strong debut from Ms. Moon."

"Allison Moon has written a novel that reflects women today with an engaging story filled with folklore, romance & sex. She could very well be the writer to give feminism a good name again." - Jon Imparato, Artistic Director of the Lily Tomlin/Jane Wagner Cultural Arts Center.

"Capturing all the awkwardness of a new life, new love and new limbs with a startling and honest intensity, Lunatic Fringe isn't afraid to show you its teeth. Full moons, feminism, and fisting, Allison Moon's novel kept me turning pages."
-Alexandra Erin, TalesofMu.com

About the Author

ALLISON MOON is the author of the award-winning queer sex-ed book, Girl Sex 101, Getting It: A Guide to Hot, Healthy Hookups and Shame-Free Sex, and the sexual memoir, Bad Dyke. She was a Lambda Literary Emerging LGBT Writers Fellow. A popular and engaging sex educator, Allison has presented her workshops, on polyamory, queer sexuality, sexual citizenship, and sex technique, to thousands of people around the US and Canada. She the host of the Artgasm podcast.


Lunatic Ink; First Paperback Edition (September 14, 2011),   978-0983830917