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On a more serious note, the author is making a commentary on the shallowness of human society and how we waste our time pursuing things that don't mean anything. She hits home several times and it is amusing to recognize one's self and/or one's fellow human beings in Scott's descriptions.
Sterling O’Blivion is a bright, phenomenally well-read and irreverent 700 year old vampire. Now living in Chicago, she’s a bored instructor of a dance studio. But soon she’s on a madcap adventure spree, falling in love with a "rejuvenated" Virginia Woolf, dealing with Mr Spock (the Baby and Child Care one), and negotiating with multiple aliens up to no good.
Rave reviewed when first published by The Women’s Press in 1986 and since out of print, good, super cheap second hand copies – starting at a penny/cent on Amazon! – are easily available.
Praised and loved by such SF mavericks as Theodore Sturgeon, Samuel Delaney and Barry N. Malzberg, why not satisfy your ungodly fictional cravings with something madcap, radically different and deliciously feminist?
[A version of this review was originally published on For Books' Sake website, as part of their book gift guide for Xmas 2014: http://forbookssake.net/2014/12/10/christmas-feminist-gift-guide/.]