SEXY FEMALE MURDERESSES: RESTOCKED IN 2019
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SEXY FEMALE MURDERESSES by Eloise Grills
102 pages, Perfect Bound, 12.5cm x 17cm, 2 colour risograph insides, 4 colour risograph cover.
Like a smoke alarm that plays “I Believe In Miracles” by Hot Chocolate while your house burns down.
Like a greased up stripper pole for use in emergencies, only.
They say (I say) that death is life cumming, and death by a sexy female murderess is the female climax: slippery, elusive and by the time it finally comes you’ll wish you were never born. Sexy Female Murderesses is a warning to those who would never heed it anyway, and a childlike joy for others, like floating your rubber duck down a river of blood.
Grills slices up figures of history, autobiography and speech, in a delightful springtime bloodbath for famously evil and evilly famous women—dead or alive, young and old. Burn your house down, poison your whole family, shoot your lovers point blank: just read this book before you do.
WHAT ARE PEOPLE SAYING?
'Tens! Tens! Tens across the board for this insanely beautiful & extremely deadly masterpiece by Eloise Grills. The last year the publishing world has seen an explosion of sanctimonious, pristinely illustrated books of inspirational women throughout history, and this funny, lyrical gem with big windswept illustrations is the perfect antidote to so much good taste! Is it poetry? Is it history? Is it memoir? Stop asking such dumbass questions and just read it already. Grills’s work is formally & lyrically daring, and it has heart, soul and thighs for days. Totally, undeniably, pour a bottle of arsenic into your husbands’s dinner good. I love it forever, no take backs.'
– Hera Lindsay Bird, Sexy Female Poetess
'Grills’s book isn’t exactly a comedy. She doesn’t lose sight of the seriousness of the crimes, and doesn’t make excuses for the women who commit them. But she does attempt to reclaim their humanity. It’s a pitch black and beautifully written reflection on society’s reappraisal of “evil” women.'
— Will Cox, Broadsheet Melbourne
'This book is sprawling and poetic and sexy as hell. The drawings possess a slippery inky quality, like they are appearing out of darkness. Eloise is a master of expression, her figures are never laboured or encumbered they are always drawn with just the right about of brush strokes, with just the right about of detail. Narratologically Sexy Female Murderesses is layers upon layers upon layers. It is a smaller cake found inside a larger cake, which was found inside a very large cake. Lap it up.'
— Aaron Billings, sexy comicsess
"Don't murder me!!!" —Some guy