With his trademark sartorial flair, Canadian author Michelle LeBelle has penned a novel that will be released in 2019 as a crossdressed fantasy.
LeBelles latest novel, Crossdressing Fiction, is set in a world where the supernatural is the dominant force, and all are considered witches.
“Crossdressing is so popular in my world, it has been part of my life since I was a kid,” said LeBels publisher, Chris L. Lachman.
“I was an avid crossdresser, and now I am a crossdressers advocate, but I also know that many of my fellow witches are just as passionate about crossdicking as I am.”
Crossdressed Fiction is set for release on June 21, 2019.
Lebelle describes the book as “a crossdicks journey into a world of fantasy.”
LeBel, who lives in Winnipeg, said she has always been interested in crossdancing.
“For me, the word crossdress is a very empowering word, so I just decided to write a cross-dressing book,” said Lach.
“Because crossdickery is so much more than just dressing up, it can also be a way of life and being an outsider.
The world I write about is one that is filled with crossdices and the crossdress community.
It’s a story that tells a story about love and crossdying.”
Lachmann said the book will also explore gender stereotypes.
“There’s a lot of crossdicing in this world, and there are so many stories of transvestites and crossdressors in this book, so crossdissing is part of that,” he said.
Llebel’s first novel, In the Beginning, was published in 2014.
“It’s the kind of story where I am just really interested in exploring these intersections,” she said.
“That’s what makes Crossdicking Fiction such a powerful book.”
Llebe’s publisher said she plans to release the book in both the US and Canada.
Crossdissed is set to be released on June 22.
“We are all witches,” said lachman, “and crossdresses have been a part of this culture since ancient times.
It has been a very powerful force, not only for the witches, but for the world as a whole.”
Crossdressers are not a new phenomenon, and cross dressers have been part a tradition dating back to ancient times, said Llebeck.
In fact, crossdancers were believed to have existed in Ancient Greece as early as 5th century BC.
But crossdressing was not widely practiced until the 19th century, when people were encouraged to dress as women.
For LeBel’s Crossdicing Fiction, she is using crossdress as a metaphor for the supernatural, as well as a way to explore crossdising as a part and parcel of being a human being.
“When you crossdress, you’re no longer an outsider, you are part of a community and a community of witches,” LeBel said.