Scarlett Takes Manhattan

This summer, Fugu Press is releasing Scarlett Takes Manhattan, a tale of love and corruption in the 1880’s vaudeville world, illustrated by Molly Crabapple (who founded Dr. Sketchy’s) and written by John Leavitt (who helps run Dr.S).  You can find more details at www.fugupress.com

Some big guns like it…

“With its tongue in several cheeks at once, Scarlett overheats the Victorian erotic memoir into a madly funny firepit of debauchery. Disgustingly wonderful.”

Warren Ellis, author of Crooked Little Vein, Transmetropolitan, etc.

You pretty much can’t get better accolades than that.

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