Illustration, Publication

An illustrated edition of Mercutio's Queen Mab speech by William Shakespeare (Romeo and Juliet, I.iv.58-100) addended with The Dæmon of the World by Percy Bysshe Shelley. Erotica, feminine power, fantasy, science fiction, punishment of modern avarice, and black humor are all in play. Mab—a mischievous emissary from a secondary world who wears her nervous system on the outside of her body—became a friend and an antidote to loneliness, doing stuff I wish I could do, making it ok to talk about certain things. The book was self-published in a limited softcover edition of 50. Each copy featured a unique cover. Depending on her mood.