Winging It is like nothing you've ever read before!
Lupe Contreras is the sort of person who can take care of HERSELF, thank you! When this finally becomes unbearable, she commits suicide. But this is only the beginning. She experiences a Heaven and Hell to fulfill her worst expectations. It might only be a hallucination. But maybe not. (That's the problem!) And then she returns to the life she wanted to leave. But not exactly. Shortly thereafter, she finds herself out in the desert with some very unearthly individuals: a fallen angel, a couple of extraterrestrials, and a prophet from another world. And then things REALLY start happening!
Winging It is a tale of spiritual journeys on a number of levels. The cast of players walk some fine lines between Good and Evil, Human and Animal, Male and Female, Sanity and Insanity. It's a story of doubt, faith, love, revolution, religion, sexuality, life and death. For starters.
Gregory uses dark humor to explore the modern world from a feminist perspective, and her groundbreaking work garners a broad spectrum of reactions, from veneration to outright rejection.
Betsy Gomez, Comic Book Legal Defense Fund Defense
Roberta Gregory lives in Seattle, WA, where she continues to produce Bitchy Bitch comics and animation, 30 years after self-publishing the first underground comic book by a woman.