Date and time

Tuesday, August 20 · 7 p.m. EDT



Bluestockings Cooperative Bookstore

116 Suffolk Street New York, NY 10002

About this event

To save his family’s failing funeral home—and his own chance at a queer love story—a reluctant clairvoyant must embrace the gift he long ignored in this poignant and tender debut, perfect for fans of the swoonworthy romance and queer community of One Last Stop and the macabre humor and family dysfunction of Mostly Dead Things.


Shelly Jay Shore is a writer, digital strategist, and nonprofit fundraiser. Her writing on queer Jewish identity has been published by Autostraddle, Hey Alma, and the Bisexual Resource Center. She lives in New York with her partner, where she attempts to wrangle two large dogs and two small children. Rules for Ghosting is her debut novel.

Haley Jakobson (she/he) is a writer and playwright living in Brooklyn, NY. In her work she explores queerness, girlhood, brains, and bodies. As a Very Online Bisexual, Haley reaches an audience of 37 thousand readers on her instagram page. Haley’s debut novel, OLD ENOUGH was named a New York Times Editor’s Choice, made the shortlist for the Lambda Literary Award for best bisexual fiction, and was described by Vogue as being “full of winsome bisexual chaos.” She’s a gemini apologist and would do terrible things for everything with a bagel with lox and cream cheese.

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