Sea-Witch vol. 1 (May She Lay Us Waste) by Moss Angel Witchmonstr
Sea-Witch is a genre-phobic novel-in-fragments of contemporary transsexuality 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.
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"Sea-Witch is a mystical atlas of pain and self-revelation intoned so assuredly it feels like finally finding a spellbook buried in your yard, reminding you that magic happens everyday, is realer than reality. Few texts could manage to carry a DNA so free, so willing to go to any length to share its immeasurable gifts. If Moss Angel is a witch, she's a witch the world needs." - Blake Butler, author of 300,000,000 and There is No Year
"I see a thousand aching beaches and a thousand longed for seas, spraying salt through the rocky mouths of the worlds, where history is at last continuously anti-linear and water- volcanic. A book spilling over with laborious life and death, I feel compelled to swim here until I’ve reached the coasts of my own multiple births. Glorious witch- monsters of pure and impure truths, of the sand and body, Sea-Witch Vol. 1 is the 'name of the water of my melting,' an ocean prayer cartography of spontaneous elemental becoming." -Nikki Wallschlaeger, author of Houses & I Hate Telling You How I Really Feel
"Like Manuel Ramos Otero, Moss Angel Witchmonstr is a scorpio south node, which is why I am already in their books, dead and sentient. They know you must destroy &/to create, their futurity is alchemy. The many impossible selves they bring to life, ask us to do more than imagine; they ask us to relinquish any hope that we can do anything but FTP and pull feathers out of (my)bodies. For real, fuck an origin, read this book. For real, if my body reintegrated, my conscience broke free, and Yemayá crashed on this rock-witch, until we remembered difference, I would only read Sea-Witch." - Raquel Salas-Rivera, author of Caneca de anhelos turbios & oropel/tinsel
"Moss cannot be written directly she must be written around must be unearthed. transmogrification of the pure body. Violence of conceiving ur body. Sea witch is a soft fire in a sea of red milk." - Precious Okoyomon, author of Ajebota