Preview for “Open Earth” by Sarah Mirk, Eva Cabrera, and Claudia Aguirre
Limerence Press Promises Sexy Burgers and Sexy Times
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
PORTLAND, OR., July 18, 2018â€”Itâ€™s the new Limerence Press title that Book Riot calls â€œ…fun, sexy, and inclusive.â€ We are excited to announce a new sci-fi erotica graphic novel, Open Earth, written by Sarah Mirk, a contributing editor at The Nib and author of Sex from Scratch: Making Your Own Relationship Rules, with art by the Eisner Award-nominated Kim & Kim team Eva Cabrera and Claudia Aguirre.
Rigo is a young woman of her time: specifically, the time just after the collapse of Earth. After living her whole life on a small space station orbiting the planet, the cultural norms and rules of her Californian parents are just history to her. In between work shifts at the station air farm, Rigo explores her own desires, developing openly polyamorous relationships with her friends and crewmates. When she starts to feel one of those relationships change, however, Rigo must balance her new feelings with the stability of her other relationships, as well as the hard-earned camaraderie of a small crew floating in the vastness of space. But, as the ship motto goes, “Honesty keeps us alive.”
A heartfelt, positive, and erotic look at one woman’s adventure in love and sex, as a new generation learns to make their own rules and follow their own hearts.
â€œI had the idea for Open Earth in my head for a long time without telling anyone,â€ said Sarah Mirk. â€œIt sounded too silly: a polyamorous romantic comedy set in space after the collapse of human civilization? But it’s about people figuring out what they want and finding the courage to communicate. It’s about deciding what lessons to learn from previous generations and what ways of living we have to create anew for ourselves.â€
Open Earth is slated for release from Limerence Press, an imprint of Oni Press, September 26, 2018.
ABOUT LIMERENCE PRESS
Limerence Press, an imprint of Oni Press, was founded in 2016 to publish quality erotic and sex education comics. Led by executive editor Ari Yarwood, Limerence Press focuses on positive, diverse, and approachable books that reflect a wide variety of emotional and intimate experiences.