Billions of Beautiful Hearts

Billions of Beautiful Hearts
Billions of Beautiful Hearts

Billions of Beautiful Hearts

By Kevin Craig


Come What May


20 Pages, 6 x 9

Formats: EPUB

EPUB, $1.99 (US $1.99) (CA $2.99)

ISBN 9781951954123

Rights: WOR

Chicago Review Press (Feb 2021)
Interlude Press - Duet Books


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Wen Devante is Insta famous with a massive following and a flare for fashion. At almost 18, they have already published a book on gender nonconformity--Non-Gendered Youth in a Binary World: Finding Your Way Outside the Binary--released several songs on Spotify and has had several appearances on television. During the first wave of Covid-19 lockdown, they reach out to an unsuspecting Kay, one of their 2.3 million followers. The two form a bond, first through Instagram messages and then through Zoom. They discover there are ways to have a meaningful relationship even within one of the direst situations that mankind has ever faced. In fact, the pandemic seems to make reaching out even easier than it used to be.


"Huge recommendation as a perfect pick-me-up for anyone who wants to read a story that will show a glimmer of hope to all of us trying to get through the current situation." —Jim Dean, Beyond the Big Five book blog

Author Biography

Kevin Craig is a playwright, poet, and short story writer who lives in Toronto with their husband, Michael. Kevin's six published novels include Pride Must Be a Place (MuseItUp Publishing, 2018) and Burn Baby Burn Baby (independently published, 2014). Kevin was a founding member of the Ontario Writers' Conference Board of Directors, and sat on the Writers' Community of Durham Region's (WCDR) Board of Directors as Membership Coordinator.

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