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In Sweet Tomb, Trinie Dalton tells the story of Candy, a candy-addicted witch who resents her inherited lifestyle. After a fire burns down her gingerbread house, she leaves the forest and ventures out in search of the excitement of a more urban environment. Along the way she encounters a self-mutilating puppet, tastes meat for the first time, and falls in love with Death, a skeletal woman with a shoe fetish.

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Trinie Dalton is the author of the story collection Wide Eyed, an installment in Dennis Cooper's Little House on the Bowery series for Akashic Books, and of the novella A Unicorn Is Born. She is also the co-editor of Dear New Girl or Whatever Your Name Is" and the editor of MYTHTYM.

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Madras Press
Dalton, Trinie
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