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Alison Evans' first YA book, Ida, was published in 2017 (Echo Publishing). Ida won the People's Choice Award in the Victorian Premier's Awards 2018, was shortlisted in the 2017 Aurealis Awards, and longlisted for a 2018 Gold Inky Award. Alison is the co-editor of the zine Concrete Queers, which they started with Katherine Back in 2015. So far, the zine has featured over sixty queer artists. Alison has been an artist at Melbourne Writers Festival, Emerging Writers Festival, National Young Writers Festival, Reading Matters, and Feminist Writers Festival, and has done many library and bookshop events.

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"Enchanting, whimsical, and refreshing. . . . Coming into Euphoria Kids, I knew that it had witches and it had trans and non-binary characters in it, but that was all. Whilst reading, I was not disappointed as it was so cute and heartwarming, and free of a lot of romance, which is something you don't see very often in a lot of modern young adult literature! . . Definitely lives up to the 'perfect for Studio Ghibli fans' quote that is on the back cover! Overall, I really enjoyed the whimsical nature of this story, and I loved how all the parents were super accepting of the main characters, something we often don't see in your typical young adult books." --Nerd Daily

"If I was only to read one book my entire life, I would make it this one. The entire point of reading is to transport yourself into another world and be somewhere other than this crazy, messed up Earth.No matter how shitty life gets, books give us hope and life and that's exactly what Euphoria Kids does. Alison has made it know that they wanted to write a book in which trans kids felt safe and happy. Not only do I believe they have done that, but they've also created a novel that promotes love and acceptance in a version of our own reality, removing negativity and toxicity from the fictional world." --Jasper & Spice
'More than just a coming-of-age novel, this is a story about queer teenagers realising the magic they have and allowing themselves to own it.' - The Saturday Paper

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