And I Was Like November

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Pub Date 31 Jan 2023 | Archive Date 30 Dec 2022

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In a world where hyper-positivity and woke culture abounds, Rachael Biggs’ And I Was Like November offers a glimpse of the other side, while navigating themes of isolation and longing.

These are stories of what happens to the women that didn’t get their happy ending—the ones who don’t believe the cliches about family being everything and who know that live-laugh-love isn’t the cure all. Taboo topics that embrace a gritty reality include transactional sex, romantic obsession, maternal disdain and teenaged drug dealing are linked by the need to survive in the midst of questionable sanity and deep loneliness.

In a world where hyper-positivity and woke culture abounds, Rachael Biggs’ And I Was Like November offers a glimpse of the other side, while navigating themes of isolation and longing.

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Advance Praise

“Underneath these dark little gems of reality, spans a subversive biting wit holding it all together
like a bittersweet honeycomb.”
Kamal Iskander, Writer and Film maker, Montreal Girls

“These are women on the edge of danger, or madness, or just struggling to survive on the edge of town. They move through worlds which might be alien to some, but their humanity—and their razor-sharp humour—always come through.”
Jenn Farrell, author of The Devil You Know

“Rachael Biggs’ sardonic wit and keen eye for the foibles of modern life
never loses sight of the heart beating just beneath the surface”
 Caroline Klimczuk, screenwriter

“Underneath these dark little gems of reality, spans a subversive biting wit holding it all together
like a bittersweet honeycomb.”
Kamal Iskander, Writer and Film maker, Montreal Girls

“These are...


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