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Nasty! is coming . . .

January 19th. Save the date.

Cover design by Matthew Revert.

Cover design by Matthew Revert.

A tremendous thank you to everyone who has already PRE-ORDERED a copy. Through your support during these pre-orders, we've already raised a good chunk of change for Planned Parenthood and we cannot wait to send them the first of (hopefully) many donations soon. 

If you are a book store that is interested in carrying Nasty! on your shelves, email me at tiffanyscandal@gmail.com and I'll quote you for a special rate. If you are a reader with impeccable taste, you can still pre-order a copy through the King Shot Press website. All pre-orders are going to be shipped with a little extra something, as a way to say thanks for being rad. 

Thanks for reading. And Goodnight.

xoxox

-Tiffany

Meet the contributors: Jessie Lynn McMains

Let's meet the contributors #4: Jessie Lynn McMains

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Jessie Lynn McMains is a writer, zine-maker, and the 2015-2017 Poet Laureate of Racine, Wisconsin. Recent publications include 10 Poems By, an e-chapbook published by Hello America, and It’s Like The ‘Watch The Throne’ of Tender Punk Poems, a split chapbook with Misha Bee Speck. She's the owner/editor of Bone and Ink Press, a small press with the aim of publishing limited-edition chapbooks of poetry, non-fiction, and experimental genres, written by marginalized writers. She also teaches workshops on memoir, poetry, and zine-making. You can find her website at recklesschants.net.

Check out her story "They Say She's a Slut" in King Shot Press's forthcoming anthology Nasty! Due out this winter. Pre-order your copy HERE

Meet the contributors: Jacqueline-Elizabeth Cottrell

Let's meet the contributors to Nasty!

First up, we have Jacqueline-Elizabeth Cottrell.

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Born in Chicago, Illinois, Jacqueline-Elizabeth Cottrell is a Pangender and Pansexual model, suicide survivor, nerd, gamer, an active Cosplay Deviant and former SuicideGirl, and along with writing for Afropunk, BlackGirlNerds, and a slew of other media sites, she represents the Black-owned, creative entertainment company, Noir Caesar, as their Entertainment Representative and Spokesmodel. She hosts bi-weekly vlogs that discuss Black nerd culture, and keep fans informed on what's happening within the company. She is presently writing a script for a brand new comic-book title to be featured in an future edition of the company's monthly, serialized publication, 'Hype Monthly Magazine', similar to Shounen Jump and Shoujo Beat.

You can read her essay, "Come Here Often?" in Nasty! (out Winter 2017). Pre-order your copy HERE

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