Olivia Gatwood

Whoever You Are, Honey
  • Whoever You Are, Honey

  • Whoever You Are, Honey is a twisted feminist tale of a young woman’s obsession with her next-door neighbour. Mitty and her boyfriend Theo move to Santa Cruz, a land of gloss, ambition and tech, to find themselves living next door to an eerily perfect couple, Lena and Sebastian. When Mitty’s crush on Lena morphs into an obsession with the idea that she is not real, Mitty’s world explodes. Whoever You Are, Honey is a psychological thriller that explores the nature of attraction, the myth of female perfection and what it means to be constructed under the male gaze in the wake of advancing technology.

RELEASED 04/04/2024

Olivia Gatwood is a poet, author, and speaker from Albuquerque, New Mexico. She has received national recognition for her poetry, writing workshops, and work as an educator in sexual assault prevention and recovery. Her collections include New American Best Friend and Life of the Party, which published to critical acclaim. As a finalist at Brave New Voices, Women of the World Poetry Slam, and the National Poetry Slam, Gatwood has been featured on HBO, HuffPost, MTV, VH1, and the BBC. She currently lives in Santa Cruz, CA, where she is writing her debut novel, Whoever You Are, Honey.

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