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We're all monsters.

In IN AND OF BLOOD, Kat Lewis uses beautifully violent language to prove that there is no good or evil - only circumstances. As her characters try to mitigate their immorality and point fingers to say that their monstrosity is no worse than others', Lewis splays a truth about the human condition across each page.

Her stories, "Six Weeks of Solitude"
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Paperback, 104 pages
Published May 5th 2017 by Weasel Press
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Mark
Jul 09, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Recommends it for: Everyone
Recommended to Mark by: Kat Lewis
I really enjoyed this book! Kat Lewis does an excellent job drawing you into each of her short stories in this book. Each story is unique and original but are all connected through the theme of monsters and horror. I particularly liked the way the author was able to express emotion and show imagery through her writing. Her descriptions of characters and scenes was vivid and had the effect of bringing the reader into the story. Similarly, use of the first person in her short stories made it feel ...more
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The Flannery O’Connor of BLOOD!

Wow, what a collection of monstrous brilliance as Kat Lewis takes you deep into the world of sanguine thought. A trifecta of blood, emotion, and wonder, In and of Blood will take you on a journey through your very own monstrous experiences and beliefs as blood not only refers to the liquid circulating in our bodies but also refers to our blood relationships and the monstrous interactions we often have with each other.

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Kat Lewis is the author of the short story collection, In and of Blood. Lewis graduated from Johns Hopkins University where she held the Saul Zaentz Innovation Fund Fellowship. In 2018, she received a Fulbright Creative Arts grant in South Korea. She is currently an MFA student at the University of San Francisco and the Editor-in-Chief of SWITCHBACK JOURNAL.