The Scapegracers, Volume 1

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Product Details

Price
$17.95  $16.51
Publisher
Erewhon
Publish Date
September 15, 2020
Pages
400
Dimensions
5.8 X 8.3 X 1.4 inches | 1.05 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9781645660002

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About the Author

Hannah Abigail Clarke is here and queer, etc. They have been previously published in Portland Review (forthcoming), PRISM International, and Chaleur. They will graduate from college at Miami University (of Ohio) come May. The Scapegracers is their first novel. (They, he, or she pronouns)

Reviews

"Loner, lesbian teenage witch Sideways bubbles with nerves, insecurities, and longing in this action packed debut from a young queer writer. Jam packed with intensity of feeling ALL the feelings, Clarke takes us on a roller coaster ride, oscillating between headiness of recognizing one's own power, first date nerves, trying to smash the patriarchy while looking great at a party, and the dizzying joy of finding your clan. Bonus points for super sweet gay dads and all around great representation of diverse characters." --Chana Porter, author of The Seep

"The Scapegracers wallops you with all the raw, thrilling vertigo of young love and new friendship, alongside a deeply-plotted mythology that will delight any magic fan. It's a jewel-studded book, with an unearthly glow. You will definitely want to join this coven." --Jess Zimmerman, author of Basic Witches

"Sapphic teenage witches and slippery vengeance magic? Yes, please! Clarke's entertaining debut captures all the pleasure and pathos of viciously loyal high school cliques." --Katharine Duckett, author of Miranda in Milan

"This is the dark, twisty, witchy book I've always wanted. Hannah's writing is brilliant and gorgeous and firework bright." --Kat Howard, author of An Unkindness of Magicians (She also said "Thanks so much for sending this - it reminds me of Megan Abbott's Dare Me, but with magic, which is perfect.")

"The magic especially intrigued me--so spooky and weird and dangerous but addictive." --Shveta Thakrar, author of Star Daughter