Yemaya's Daughters by Dane Figueroa Edidi
Inanna Au-set Oya, a trans-woman, priestess, and storyteller with deep connections to the goddess, emerges from a province in Africa untouched by colonialist hands to find a world twisted with misconception and pain.
She and her sisters choose to go forth and correct the imbalances found by ushering in an age of love and worth. Maryam, mother of Jesus, holds fast to her convictions, when from tragedy is born a new god. Without sisters, or guidance for her choices she finds a world under roman foot and is determined to create a spiritual revolt that will create ripples for ages to come.
Yemaya's Daughter's tells the tale of two different women with one goal in mind: how best to change the world without losing themselves in the process
Paperback / 232 pages