Cover Reveal: They Don’t Make Plus-Size Spacesuits by Ali Thompson

Today we have an exciting cover reveal for you – Ali Thompson’s debut short story collection, “They don’t make plus size spacesuits.”

It is a sci-fi short story collection, featuring an introductory essay. It is written by long-time fat activist, Ali Thompson of Ok2BeFat.

This book is a incandescent cry from the heart, a radical turn away from utopian daydreaming of future body perfection to center a fat perspective instead.

Ali invites people to experience a fictional version of a few of the many ways that fatphobia can manifest in a life. The ways that the people closest to fat people can subject them to tiny betrayals on a near constant basis. The disdain that piles up over the years, until it all becomes too large to bear.

And while some of the fatphobic tech in these stories may seem outrageous and downright unbelievable, it is all based on extrapolations of so-called “advances” by the diet industry, as they search for ever more efficient ways to starve people.

The modern day worship of Health promises a future peopled only by the thin, a world where the War on Fatness is won and only visually acceptable bodies remain.

What will that future mean for the fat people who will inevitably still continue to exist?

Nothing good.Goodreads

 Without further ado, I reveal… the cover!

This stunning book cover was created by Jen Lightfoot, who can be found on her website, Twitter or Instagram. If you’re as excited as I am about this short story collection, you should definitely pick up a copy!

You can pick up a copy for yourself for only $2.99 on Amazon or Barnes and Noble.

ABOUT ALI THOMPSON
Ali ThompsonAli Thompson is the Bill Nye of fat girls. She is the creator of Ok2BeFat, which by an amazing coincidence, is the name of her YouTube channel.
Ali is a fat activist, writer, YouTuber, and collage artist. She is a bisexual queer who lives in Philadelphia with her husband Josh and their many cats.
You can find her on Twitter at @Artists_Ali, where she probably just said something weird.
Find out more at alithompson.net, or on Facebook, Youtube, Twitch or Goodreads.

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