Sea-Witch Vol. 3 (Mare Piss Superkill) by Moss Hope Angel

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Sea-Witch Vol. 3 (Mare Piss Superkill) by Moss Hope Angel

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Sea-Witch is a genre-phobic novel-in-fragments. It’s a contemporary transgender mythology that focuses on the life of a girl monster named Sara who lives inside a witch-god named Sea-Witch. Follow the occult fairytale story of how this young monster came to be, of the origins of Sea-Witch, of Sea-Witch’s god family that preceded her & of 78 men who cause pain by using their laws and cops against monsters like Sea-Witch. Also there’s lots of hot trans-on-trans sex.

Coming June 27, 2018. 98 full-color pages. 8.5" x 8.5"

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“Moss Angel is a writer of a different feather. Her work is special and strange and defiant—open yourself up to Sea-Witch, it's some otherworldly poignant shit you didn’t know you needed.” - Sung Yim, author of What About the Rest of Your Life

“Sea Witch is the manifestation of a singular vision: At once a mythology, horror novel, healing ritual, utopic vision, handbook for action, and the best and queerest fabulist fiction I’ve read in ages. This is writing’s most urgent purpose—to not only represent experiences of otherness, but render something utterly other than the shitscape that currently greets us, something beyond imaginations curtailed by systemic oppression and domination.” - Tim Jones-Yelvington, author of This is a Dance Movie! and Strike a Prose: Memoirs of a Lit Diva Extordinaire

“Sea-Witch is so fucking good though.” - Rachel Levy, author of A Book So Red

"In her book Sea-Witch (Vol. 2), Moss Angel the Undying overtly assumes the position of monster, theatrically breaking rules of decorum left and right in order to create a vision of herself as a gay monster whose excesses reject the gender politics of heteronormativity....Moss Angel's monstrosity is moving and politically charged." - Johannes Goransson, author of The Sugar Book and Haute Surveillance

"More of this, please. More work that tears everything down so it can be rebuilt from the foundation. More work that's willing to resist definition in every way. Aristotle said that 'Freedom is obedience to self-formulated rules.' Bullshit. This is freedom and there are no rules. Long live the Witch!" - Jac Jemc, author of The Grip Of It