When radio host Serena Bonago received an email from someone claiming to be a lesbian Sasquatch, she brushed it off as a hoax. But when the second email arrived and convinced her that the sender was indeed a lesbian Sasquatch, she arranged for a live, on-air interview.
Six months later, the world eagerly waits for answers to centuries-old questions about their social, spiritual and sexual habits and, most importantly, why, instead of avoiding mankind as has been customary, has a representative of the Sasquatch community come forward now with an urgent message.
Stay tuned as radio celebrity Harper Woolf broadcasts live from WEXG Radio, 109.2 FM studios, in the Royal Rhodium Tower Building in Manhattan.
A light-hearted, speculative fiction novella.
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I was lucky enough to get a chance to ask Ocean a couple of questions about her book!
Why did you want to write this book, specifically?
The original concept was because I thought it’d be interesting to hear a Sasquatch’s perspective on things, but as the concept developed, I realized their voice has been silent for centuries. And they have a lot to say!
What do you like best about it?
I feel the Sasquatch is speaking for the entire animal kingdom. The beauty of the story is the Sasquatch is close enough to a human that it’s not as far fetched that she can speak, as say having a dog or turtle speaking. It’s almost as if we “want” to hear with she has to say.
Can you tell the readers something about Interview with a Lesbian Sasquatch that they might not know just from reading the book?
I purposely dangled some information about the Sasquatch’s girlfriend, not too much, just enough to pique the reader’s curiosity so they’d want to know more about their relationship. It seems to be working!
In ten words or less, tell us why we should buy this book?
If you love animals, it’ll warm your heart.
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