By Zoë Spencer
Evangeline’s No Christmas has been nominated for the 2015 Saboteur Award for Best Novella.
You can read what she had to say about her nomination here.
Released in December 2014, No Christmas was our Pankhearst Christmas Single when people said things like this:
- A must-read for everyone this year.
- A moving story, an anguished story, in the end, an angry story that had to be written. If you are pro-choice, read it. If you are pro-life, read it, and think about the consequences when you try to make choices for anyone not yourself.
- One of the books that make you sorry you already dished out 5 stars to other books
- Satire written with a pen of fire, with blood for ink. Jennings utterly demolishes the anti-abortion rights, anti-health care Christian Right, with a humble little story about as modest as Swift’s proposal.
Now, to celebrate Evangeline’s achievement, we’ve decided to do a couple of things.
Second, so that everyone has a chance to read it, we’re extending that offer to anyone who cannot read in Kindle format. “Buy” the free Kindle version anyway and email the receipt to pankhearst at gmail dot com, and we’ll send you an EPUB version or a PDF.
And finally, at the end of the week, we are going to publish something called Extended Play, a special limited paperback edition of all three of Evangeline’s singles so far: Niagara, Valentina, and No Christmas.