The Graphic Novel

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Tracy Queen - Cover - by Jayel Draco - half resolutionThe Graphic Novel

So, check this out! About five years ago, Lynsey G., who’s a porn journalist, author, poet, and general writerly type, started writing a graphic novel about me! So cool, right? And then, get this: Multimedia visual artist Jayel Draco signed on to illustrate it! And then—this is wild—their publishing company, Oneshi Press, decided to publish it!

Turns out, making a nearly-300-page graphic novel takes a long time, so Oneshi Press is publishing it in 8-page increments in their quarterly anthology! You can get copies at their bookshop for now, until the first 36-page volume of the graphic novel is finished!

You can score an inside look at the art as it comes to life, too! The book is being created during Jayel’s live-streams at Twitch, which happen every Tuesday and Thursday night! You can sign in to see him make art of me, Nikola, my friends, foes, fuck buddies, and cyborg-clones!

Basically, the book is an epic, sexy, totally-freaking-NSFW, spectacular, gorgeous, feminist, sex-positive, sci-fi roller coaster! It tells my story, starting way back in 2009 when I started out as an enforcer and heir to my grandfather’s organized crime syndicate. Then I met my best friend and business partner Nikola, (pictured on the cover there next to me—yes, he’s a raccoon, get over it), and started webcamming, which led to me becoming an indie porn phenomenon! Eventually I got into trouble with the big cheese of mainstream porn, Dickie Doublefinger…and went to battle against his porn army with my own army of cyborg clones in 2012. (Look. I needed protection, so collected genetic “samples” from my gangbang shoots. I’m a biochemist, and Nikola’s an electronics engineer, so…hey, why not?)

Obviously, Tracy Queen the book is going to be fuh-reaking uh-maze-ing! Be sure to check back here every now and then, cause I’ll totally update my blog every time a new anthology or volume comes out.

For more of the juicy, gory, delicious, and nutritious details, peruse the following links! There’s a full synopsis of the book here! Bios of the sprawling epic’s main characters here! Info on the of real-life adult industry stars who will be making cameo appearances here! Information on the book’s creators here, and their artists’ statements here!

You can help support Oneshi Press as they work on the graphic novel by buying their books, or by subscribing to their Patreon campaign! And don’t forget to check out Jayel Draco’s awesome live-streams as he makes art for the book!


Oneshi Press

We are an independent publisher of progressive, immersive, gorgeous books. Our passion is creating stories that explore dark corners, shatter taboos, emphasize progressive ideals, and immerse you in intricate worlds. We’re inviting you into them to explore!

We let our audience in from the earliest stages of our creative process to the very last. We host a Twitch live-stream every Tuesday and Thursday evening, starting at 5:30pm MST. Watch our co-founder and artist, Jayel Draco, as he brings our creative projects to life, and chat with him as he works. The sign-in process is easy, but beware—watching immersive artwork for fantasy and sci-fi projects come to life in real time is surprisingly addictive. There’s a real danger you might get hooked!

We also run a Patreon campaign, where you can get even more involved. As a patron, you can get exclusive first looks at our work, commission Jayel to create custom artwork just for you during his Twitch stream, and see yourself in our books. When we say “come into our world,” we mean that literally.