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  • A phantasmagorical collection of short stories and reimagined tales, not unlike Angela Carter and Carmen Maria Machado.

    Matthew Janney, Guardian
  • Sometimes disturbing, often humorous, but always unapologetically feminist… a deeply, brilliantly macabre, visceral collection which pulls very few punches.

    BBC Radio 4 Open Book
  • Dark, subversive... Here are fairytales and myths reworked with a feminist bent, with plenty of blood, revenge and horror thrown in... A fun – if unsettling – collection.

    Tatler
  • A sharply subversive feminist retread of fairy tales and myths. These darkly humorous, sometimes viscerally violent tales are inspired by horror stories, exploring taboos and the female body in the modern world.

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  • These short stories are fiercely funny and feminist and mix the everyday with the supernatural.

    Red

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