Author. Seminole. Dad, dog person, tender dirtbag.
PRAISE FOR THE WITCH KING
Edgmon’s ebullient debut depicts a variety of trans perspectives with tender sensitivity, and quintessential walking disaster Wyatt’s self-deprecating humor, punk glee, and surprisingly level head are vividly lovable. (…) readers will adore this revolution-tinged celebration of trans joy, which refreshingly builds its conflict without jumping for trauma tropes.
This romantically charged, anti-fascist fantasy presents a diverse cast of queer characters, (…) the page-turning resolution promises an irresistible duology closer to come.
Edgmon’s debut is a spellbinding duology starter, ultimately driven by its core cast of complicated and lovable characters, who will keep readers laughing with deftly written, witty dialogue that never veers into cliché, and a richly layered world that feels incredibly real, with high-stakes fascism, corruption, and oppression.