Deep-sea Creeps

A field guide to terrible ex-boyfriends (as sea creatures)
By Danielle Kraese


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About Deep-sea Creeps

Your exes as the creeps of the deep.

While there may be plenty of fish in the sea, the ones down deep may not be worth catching.

Deep-sea Creeps is a taxonomy of those terrible exes that should have been left lurking in the murky depths of your Tinder messages – from The Self‑Proclaimed ‘Nice Guy’ to The Egomaniac, and even The Ex Who Wanted To Break Up (But Wanted You To Do It).

This hilarious oceanographic expedition is for anyone who’s cut a loser from their line, and will (hopefully) help identify the next creep before you reel him in.

Book details

Publication date
January 2024 (Australia/NZ)
January 2024 (US)
January 2024 (UK)
195 mm × 130 mm
96 pages

About the author

Danielle Kraese is a humour writer, author, editor and freelance dog petter. Her cowritten feminist joke book, Jokes To Offend Men, (inspired by the viral McSweeney’s piece ‘Jokes I’ve Told That My Male Colleagues Didn’t Like’) was named the #2 comedy book of 2022 by Vulture, and New York Magazine classified it as ‘highbrow brilliant’ in its Approval Matrix. Danielle’s short humour has been published by the New Yorker, McSweeney’s Internet Tendency, Reductress, The Belladonna, Points in Case, Slackjaw and Weekly Humorist.