Mefi's own headspace debuts at #1! February 27, 2018 6:16 PM   Subscribe

Our very own headspace has a new book out that was #1 in the Teen & Young Adult Gay & Lesbian Fiction category on Amazon.

I have to admit bias, she's my stepdaughter and I couldn't be prouder of her.
posted by pjern to MetaFilter-Related at 6:16 PM (31 comments total) 29 users marked this as a favorite

This is amazing and looks awesome and I honestly believe that writing inclusive and affirming material for children and teens is some of the most important work out there. So congratulations and thank you!
posted by lalex at 6:21 PM on February 27 [2 favorites]


It's been years since I've been a teen but I'm gonna buy it and you can't stop me.

Seriously, it looks great. Congratulations, headspace!
posted by Lexica at 7:06 PM on February 27


I have been seeing good reviews of this, so awesome!
posted by leesh at 7:06 PM on February 27


Wow! As someone who used to work in publishing, that kind of debut is really something to be proud of.
posted by ocherdraco at 7:22 PM on February 27 [1 favorite]


Also: fantastic cover.
posted by ocherdraco at 7:23 PM on February 27


Kindled! This looks fantastic!
posted by mochapickle at 7:49 PM on February 27


This looks fantastic! And it's good timing for me — I've been looking for more queer short stories to read.

Congratulations, headspace.
posted by Banknote of the year at 9:12 PM on February 27


This looks fantastic, well done!
posted by ellieBOA at 9:15 PM on February 27


Hey, congratulations! That's really exciting. And I like the cover a lot, too.
posted by hurdy gurdy girl at 11:33 PM on February 27


Nice! I’ve seen a lot of raves about it on tumblr today; I’m delighted to find out there’s a MeFi connection!
posted by rewil at 11:57 PM on February 27


Congratulations, you must both be really happy with this success. :)
posted by smoke at 12:30 AM on February 28


Congrats!! :D
posted by Fizz at 4:44 AM on February 28


I've seen people talking about this on Tumblr. Congratulations!
posted by 80 Cats in a Dog Suit at 5:26 AM on February 28


Fantastic! Congratulations all around. MeFites may want to recommend it to town and school libraries.
posted by theora55 at 5:40 AM on February 28 [2 favorites]


Wow congrats, headspace!
posted by chococat at 6:15 AM on February 28


Awesome!!! I look forward to the inevitable movie staring Dove Cameron and Harry Styles (seriously, I'll be first in line).
posted by ThePinkSuperhero at 6:52 AM on February 28


Oh great, I really liked the last book of hers that I read. Congrats!
posted by jessamyn (retired) at 7:11 AM on February 28


Love the About the Author blurb! :)
posted by Melismata at 7:56 AM on February 28


Just bought it for my kid. It's exactly what he needs right now.
posted by Stanczyk at 8:45 AM on February 28 [2 favorites]


Congratulations! Good books are always a welcomed thing.
posted by MovableBookLady at 9:05 AM on February 28


Sweet!
posted by Splunge at 9:27 AM on February 28


Congratulations, yay!
posted by LobsterMitten (staff) at 9:39 AM on February 28


Congratulations!! I'ma recommend this to the teen librarian at my job!
posted by sarcasticah at 11:29 AM on February 28


Why, when you scroll down the Amazon page for the book to "More about the author," do they show us a man named Scott Tracey?
posted by tzikeh at 9:14 PM on February 28


Congratulations headspace (and pjern)!
posted by AugustWest at 9:40 PM on February 28


Why, when you scroll down the Amazon page for the book to "More about the author," do they show us a man named Scott Tracey?

I imagine it's a bit of Amazonian automation weirdness; Scott is the last-named of the 17 authors in the anthology.
posted by pjern at 4:37 AM on March 1


Hooray! That's fantastic.
posted by xingcat at 6:51 AM on March 1


Hell yeah! Congrats!
posted by moons in june at 7:04 PM on March 1


I have added it to my library book queue!
posted by janepanic at 4:09 PM on March 2


That's great news -- huzzah, headspace! Thanks for sharing, pjern.

And that "About the Author" bio is quite something. Are there any autobiographical pieces out there that go into any of those interesting experiences (such as dodging trains, hitchhiking from Montana to California, or making paper for fun)? If not, perhaps they could be topics for future projects...
posted by rangefinder 1.4 at 7:43 PM on March 2


Woot woot! Way to o, headspace!
posted by Nancy_LockIsLit_Palmer at 8:19 PM on March 4


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