Jenny Fran Davis received her MFA from the University of Iowa, where she was an Iowa Arts Fellow. The author of a novel for teenagers, Everything Must Go, she lives in Brooklyn.
“Dykette turned me on and freaked me out in the best possible way! Imagine if Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? were recast with two generations of very-online queer folks. Tense, smart, and thrilling . . . with a charismatic pug named Vivienne to boot.”
—CJ Hauser, author of The Crane Wife
“A consummate pleasure. I gasped with laughter and delight on nearly every page.” — Melissa Febos, author of Girlhood
“A blast of defiant frivolity, Dykette is so perceptive it hurts and as fun and decadent as wearing Gaultier in a bubble bath.”— Beth Morgan, author of A Touch of Jen
“An invigorating and hilarious examination of queer identity and intimacy...The only thing more horrifying than perceiving one’s self is being perceived by others, and Jenny Fran Davis explores both actions with an audacious and tender wit.”—Bobby Finger, author of The Old Place
“Dykette is my favorite kind of trouble—sexy, messy, full of gossip and glitter, and cunning, and thus of course profoundly revealing about our strange times.” — Andrea Lawlor, author of Paul Takes the Form of a Mortal Girl
“Like a tightly rolled spliff passed round the room, you will inhale Dykette.” — Samantha Hunt, author of The Unwritten Book