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Everything in between
A transformative debut collection that interrogates grief, reality, the realities of grief and the griefs of reality
An unflinching but frustrating meditation on language, the body… and cigarettes
Control and chaos
Life Drawing is a debut collection that doesn’t stop moving. Its poems speak to a changing world
- Everything in betweenA transformative debut collection that interrogates grief, reality, the realities of grief and the griefs of reality
- Holding smokeAn unflinching but frustrating meditation on language, the body… and cigarettes
- Control and chaosLife Drawing is a debut collection that doesn’t stop moving. Its poems speak to a changing world
- Seeing things and seethingWe Saw It All Happen is a graveyard of humanity’s errors. Its tiny protagonists cannot be ignored
- ‘A Theme Song for Our Lives’: 98 Ways to HopeA debut poetry anthology offering 98 unique perspectives on hope
- Weathering WordsA storm-weathered debut collection of poetry that intermingles narrative heft with lyrical flourishes
- What comes before after?Afterglow by Michelle Marie Jacquot is an introspective romp through the dark, twisting halls of the inner mind
- Whispered ScreamsKeely O’Shaugnessy’s short stories take the reader through scenes of horror and hope. Screams are whispers and whispers screams…
- ‘It seems that I find myself coming out/ as biracial’Younge’s poetic space is a multitude of multitudes. Her language is constantly evolving, while the self shifts incessantly
- Alone and aliveSweetgum County is both a magnet and a vacuum. The reader too will be pulled back for more.
- Myth and micro fictionLyrical and energetic, the novella expertly intertwines myth and history
- Words + Shapes = PoetryKelly reconciles mathematics and poetry, science and art, logic and creativity, and demonstrates that what falls under these labels should not so hastily be kept apart.
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