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Texas Review Press, 2018 - Fiction - 144 pages
Blindsided follows Eli as she leads Carla, a local real estate agent, through an election for Key West city mayor. At first, the campaign process appears easy. Despite their differences, the two women work well together. But as time progresses, they face countless obstacles: the Bubba system in the Keys, discrimination from both supporting and opposing forces, and their rapidly intensifying relationship. While Carla starts to doubt her decisions, Eli struggles to find her place in the Keys and in Carla's budding campaign.

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About the author (2018)

CHELSEA CATHERINE is a queer writer and native Vermonter. She worked for three months in Central and South America as a teenager where she learned how to speak Spanish and how to make chocolate. After graduating with an MFA, she spent two years in Key West. There, she became a PEN Short Story Prize Nominee, a winner of the Raymond Carver Fiction contest, a Sterling Watson fellow, and an Ann McKee grant recipient. She has been writing since she was eight years old.

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