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RELEASE DATE - 19 MAY 2022
During the coronavirus pandemic, a queer disabled woman bikes through a locked-down NYC for the ex-girlfriend who broke her heart.
Orpheus manages to buy a bicycle just before they sell out across the city. She takes to the streets looking for Eurydice, the first woman she fell in love with, who also broke her heart. The city is largely closed and on lockdown, devoid of touch, connection, and community. But Orpheus hears of a mysterious underground bar Le Monocle, fashioned after the lesbian club of the same name in 1930s Paris.
Will Orpheus be able to find it? Will she ever be allowed to love again? Panpocalypse—first published as an online serial in spring of 2020—follows a lonely, disabled, poly hero in this novel about disease, decay, love, and revolution.
"At once timely and timeless."
"A wonderfully inventive novel about love, illness, and the devastating loneliness of isolation."
"Evocative. . . . Moore shines when channeling readers’ collective fears for the future."
“Carley Moore’s voice is a necessary joy in our current exacting times. With each of her works, her skills get sharper and her heart cracks wider—Panpocalypse is a masterpiece of fierce queer honesty, taking on the intricacies of our bodies and our minds, the city and the state, with fearless passion and bold, political intelligence. We need this book right now, and we’ll need it in all the nows to come.”
Michelle Tea, author of Against Memoir: Complaints, Confessions & Criticisms
"Panpocalypse is a rousing, eerily enchanting, and verve-filled exploration of love and life in the midst of brittle collapse and upheaval. Moore's sharp and provocative voice adds much-needed complexity to the public discourse about the impact of COVID-19 on queer and disabled communities."
Jamia Wilson, author of Young Gifted and Black