What can one do when the past is embodied in the future? 

THE SECOND WIFE by Lisa Ciccarello (words) and Emma Trihart (art) is a gorgeously illustrated comic in the vein of Emily Carroll: a little bit creepy, a little poetic, and fully amazing.


It is 16-pages, grayscale with spot coloring of red, and measures approximately 4" x 4". Each copy is hand numbered, with 25 copies per printing. It is currently the SECOND EDITION run.


It is printed on a Canon Pixma Pro-100 on 32lb paper for the interior pages. The cover is 110lb cardstock, with the whole of it staple-bound, by hand, in Savannah, GA, by Quarter Press.


PLEASE NOTE: The default price does NOT include tracked shipping and is simply mailed at your own risk in a plain, stamped envelope. For tracking, please choose the appropriate variant. Also, there may be an extra day delay in the shipment for production time.


Lisa Ciccarello is a poet with a penchant for collaboration. She's the author of At Night (Black Ocean, 2015)​,​ as well as nine chapbooks.​ ​​She loves folk tales, mysteries, ​​and all things mythic and mystic.​


Emma Trithart is an illustrator and designer living in Los Angeles, California. When not working on spooky imagery for It Will Be Known To Us she enjoys working on children's illustrations. Her clients have included American Girl Magazine, Disney Hyperion, Random House and Simon & Schuster. 


Emma & Lisa have been bringing​ poetry & illustration together ​since 2009 ​in the form of enamel pins, zines, ​chapbooks, animated poems, and more.


You can find them online at itwillbeknown.bigcartel.com or on Instagram @itwillbeknowntous.


NOTE TO INTERNATIONAL BUYERS: The shipping fees are calculated based on the USPS. This amount does NOT include the possible customs fees that each country, area, or city may  charge. Please plan accordingly, as customs fees are NOT included with this shipping price. They are each individual's responsibility.

"The Second Wife" by It Will Be Known to Us - Minicomic

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