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.
"I fucking love this whole weird project." - Imogen Binnie, author of Nevada.
SEA WITCH rides against a world packed with constraint, hauling fire to burn the bounds of flesh and feeling; boldly as to kindle the origin story of a world, a hagiography of self. In these two sharp and self-assured volumes, Moss Angel seeks the limits of form and returns with a text as inventive and flexing as its subject. - Amelia Gray, author of Isadora, Gutshot, and THREATS
"Thank goodness for Moss. Thank badness for Moss. To read Sea-Witch is to unfold a map that never fully unfolds, kind of like that scene in A Nightmare On Elm Street but instead of 'You’re Fucked' it says 'It's Always Both.' Does that make sense? Good." - Dalton Day, author of Exit, Pursued
"Sea-Witch is so good and wild and magic. It’s a mythology for anyone surviving immense cruelty. If everything burns down one day, I hope we can start all over again with these fragments as some kind of guiding holy text." - Sam Alden, author/illustrator of It Never Happened Again and New Construction