Lillian Ann Slugocki is a poetic, edgy, post-feminist voice

 

What People Are Saying about How to Travel With Your Demons

Lillian Ann Slugocki is a poetic, edgy, post-feminist voice. Her words have long been a deep and playful inspiration to me—embracing the sadness and joy of an erotic life.
Erin Cressida Wilson, Screenwriter (Secretary, Girl on a Train)

There’s something intoxicating about Lillian Ann Slugocki’s prose. You might want to make sure you’re sitting down while reading her.
—Bill Yarrow, author of Blasphemer (Lit Fest Press 2015)

Lillian Ann Slugocki’s characters are determined and conflicted, spirited and sensual. She creates a world in which dark corners beg to be explored—beguiling and irresistible.
–Carol Reid, Candy Land, 2015

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