Jes and Cin Wibowo. HarperAlley, $24.99 (240p) ISBN 978-0-06-305760-9; $15.99 paper ISBN 978-0-06-305759-3 Transgender, brown-skinned Indu has always weathered big changes with his adoptive ...
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The managing director of the publishing startup describes her disruptive agenda and promises a list of strong, game-changing ...