Robin Kirk


author, advocate, teacher

“The Bond Trilogy” is a young-adult fantasy using story to explore human rights themes like war, identity, and the bonds that connect us. 

“The Bond Trilogy” envisions a world where women rule, men fight to survive, and mutants must choose sides to win their own freedom.

In The Bond, girls like Dinitra are engineered by Sowers, who plan to eliminate men once they can brew new generations in their laboratories. But resistance to this planned genocide grows…

On their quest for freedom, Fir encounters a mutant Hive Queen who compels him to betray his brothers and possibly his love for Dinitra. Fir must choose between them, his allegiance to the Queen, and his love for Dinitra…

Will love or hate rule? Who, in the end, can you count on as family when you are the only one of your kind? Their destinies entwined, Sil, Dinitra, and Fir reunite and must choose between each other and the worlds they once called their own.

This series brings us on an incredible adventure with amazing characters in an often cruel world, while tackling such big themes as what it means to be human, to experience love (of all kinds), and to be truly free.



The Bond is imaginative and fresh, and Dinitra is my new hero. What a beautifully tense, wistful, creative, and genius story!

Karla F.C. Holloway

Professor, author of A Death in Harlem and Gone Missing in Harlem

A dark apocalyptic thriller that will leave readers transported to a completely different world and a story like none they’ve ever read before. 

Jessica Higgins

Book blogger, Write-Read-Life

The Mother’s Wheel is a triumphant end to this thought-provoking YA scifi trilogy and asks just how much you are willing to do for the ones you love.



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Righting Wrongs by Robin Kirk comes to us as a gift in troubling times.  Just when things seem hopeless it reminds us that individuals as different as a nurse, scientist, musician-poet, lawyer, teacher or business owner can start a movement or organization that can make a difference in the world.” 

Charles P. Henry

Professor Emeritus, University of Califormnia-Berkeley

“In Righting Wrongs, Robin Kirk offers a youth an opportunity to do what youth does best; look at problems, propose solutions and take action.” Catherine Coleman Flowers, Environmental justice leader

Catherine Coleman Flowers