Johanna Hedva’s novel, On Hell, is a ferocious and furious operatic dystopian scream, eviscerating the prison-industrial complex, the power dynamics of surveillance, and the drag—both as performance and gravity—of living in crip time and in the body of a first-generation child of undocumented immigrants. “Brilliant. Fervent. Unafraid and unapologetic. This text will consume you.” —Janice Lee, author of The Sky Isn’t Blue
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