The Power of Indigo by Alesia Kunz

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In a future world where firebombings, samesex relations and programmable SexDolls are the norm, Leila, a martial artist and Resister, battles the State's violence and mind control with astonishing creativity, while trying to control her own warring compulsions. The Power of Indigo is a stirringly sensual, dazzling exploration of our relationship to gender, to the environment, to power and technology, and an inspiring call to evolve before it is too late. Award-winning author Alesia Kunz is published in several genres: an experimental novel, Shangrila & Linda, poetry, articles, essays, and political commentaries in The Oakland Tribune, The San Francisco Bay Guardian, The Berkeley Daily Planet, and the Foundation for Shamanic Studies website. Holding the rank of 5th Dan in Aikido, she teaches and practices at San Francisco Aikikai. She is a student and a practitioner of shamanism and works as a psychotherapist in private practice.

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Published May 2, 2012 by Dog Ear Publishing, LLC. 328 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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In Kunz's (Shangrila and Linda, 1981) latest novel, a woman battles a repressive society and struggles with her own sense of self in a futuristic, dystopian world.

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