Isa Mazzei's CAMGIRL Cover reveal!

I am quite the fan of Isa Mazzei’s debut feature, CAM. It was one of the films I got to see at the Telluride Horror Story and hearing Isa speak about it after the film was very fun and enlightening. CAM was a phenomenal debut (and it made it on my Top 10 of 2018 list) and it established a unique genre voice that I can’t wait to hear more from. To say I’m excited about her memoir would be an understatement!

So with that in mind, here’s the official cover for her book, releasing in November 2019:

Release date: Nov 12 in the US | Nov 22 in Canada | Nov 28 in the UK

Release date: Nov 12 in the US | Nov 22 in Canada | Nov 28 in the UK

SYNOPSIS: From the “former sex worker taking Hollywood by storm” (The Daily Beast), comes a candid and hilarious memoir of sex work, shame, and self-discovery set in the colorful world of live-streaming camgirls.

At twenty-three, Isa Mazzei was just like any other college graduate: broke, lacking purpose, and searching for an identity. She was also a compulsive seductress with a reputation as a slut and heartbreaker. One day, while working a low-paying retail job, she had a revelation: why not embrace her salacious image and make some money off of it?

She began stripping, dancing, masturbating, playing games, making art––and broadcasting it all online for money as a camgirl. In her first month, she racked up hundreds of nightly viewers, and within a year she ranked in the top 50 girls on a site featuring tens of thousands of performers. Over the course of her career, Isa built her own business, explored BDSM, attended a porn convention, slept with a fan, and pushed herself further than she thought possible. And yet, despite her success, she struggled to fit into the community she so desperately wanted to belong to.

Camgirl is a relatable look at confronting our past traumas and accepting ourselves for who we are. It masterfully explores the complexities of digital life, sexuality and the tensions between our private and public selves. Mazzei’s biting humor and raw vulnerability ensure you’ll never think about sex work—or sex—the same way again.