Former Performer Isa Mazzei Announces 'Camgirl' Memoir


LOS ANGELES — Isa Mazzei, screenwriter and former sex worker, has announced the cover art and details for her upcoming memoir “Camgirl,” to be released from Rare Bird Books in November. 

From the creator behind the hit Blumhouse film “Cam,” available now on Netflix, comes “a candid and hilarious memoir of sex work, shame, and self-discovery set in the colorful world of live-streaming camgirls,” shared a rep. 

“At twenty-three, Isa Mazzei was just like any other college graduate: broke, lacking purpose, and searching for an identity,” reads the synopsis. However, “she was also a compulsive seductress with a reputation as a slut and heartbreaker.” 

Mazzei subsequently decided to quit her low-paying retail job and “embrace her salacious image,” thus joining the online world of cam modeling.  

In her first month, she racked up hundreds of nightly viewers, eventually ranking in the top 50 girls by the end of her first year. In that time Mazzei managed to build her own business, all the while exploring her own kinks, boundaries, interests and personal artistry. Despite her success, she nonetheless struggled to find a sense of belonging. 

“Camgirl is a relatable look at confronting our past traumas and accepting ourselves for who we are,” explained the rep. “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.”

“Camgirl” is set to be released in the U.S., Canada, and the U.K. this November. 

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