This poetry bundle includes:
Grey All Over by Andrea Actis
Grey All Over offers a deeply personal and transformative journey through grief and self-discovery. Finding her father dead in her apartment sets Actis on a path through grief and self-reckoning, and academic pursuit, intertwining her personal experiences with her studies in poetics.
Mowing by Marlene Cookshaw
Mowing offer’s readers a reflective and poignant exploration of life, loss, and the intimate connection to the land. This collection is a celebration of life’s simple yet profound moments. From haying June-high grasses to cherishing the gift of new potatoes, Cookshaw’s poems are a tribute to the everyday experiences that shape our existence.
A knife so sharp its edge cannot be seen by Erin Noteboom
A knife so sharp its edge cannot be seen intricately explores themes of illness, grief, loss, and the complexities of work and love. Noteboom’s collection is a testament to the endurance and resilience of the human voice through life’s toughest challenges. The poetry delves into the interplay between sadness and knowledge, suggesting that science and love are closely intertwined.