New from Anxiety Press: Misandry
A Thin Slice of Anxiety is pleased to announce our surprise release in conjunction with Outcast-Press: Misandry
“It’s gross, explicit, nasty, and probably one of my favourite things that I’ve ever written. It also features a number of exclusive and gorgeous illustrations by A Thin Slice of Anxiety editor Cody Sexton (he also did the cover design) and I can’t wait to hear what you think of it. This is a no-holds-barred collection, probably the most out-there stuff I’ve created so far.” — Louise MacGregor
Misandry is a nasty, no-holds-barred collection of short fiction revolving around the hatred of men. It involves everything from a serial killer using her womanhood to evade discovery and a woman trying to make herself disgusting after years of fetishization, to the impossibility of recovery after sexual assault and what it means to be a woman dating “one of the good guys.”
“MacGregor is a kind of Kafka steeped in Xannies and rage.” — Justine Jones
About the Author
Louise MacGregor from Glasgow, Scotland, is an internationally published writer of fiction, pop culture criticism, and feminist social commentary. A graduate of journalism and history from the University of Stirling, MacGregor brings her passion for women-centric stories to fiction and non-fiction. While running the long-standing pop cultural blog, The Cutprice Guignol, and film criticism outlet No But Listen, MacGregor has written boundary-pushing, genre-defying works such as Ruthless and Trouble Clef under the pen name Kara Lowndes.
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