Pockets Press

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Over the Moon by Brett Elizabeth Jenkins
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In Over the Moon, the poet goes to space, builds a Denny’s, and faces intense lunar loneliness. Also: moon puns.

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Seven Rare Birds by Aaron King
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Seven stories about dead viking dads, junkboat flotillas, small town movie theaters, and more.

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OH NO EVERYTHING by Brett Elizabeth Jenkins
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OH NO EVERYTHING is a poetry chapbook by Brett Elizabeth Jenkins. It’s 32 pages of anxiety, hospitals, poison, teeth, and imminent mortality all wrapped in a half-sized manila folder. It’s mostly funny in a sad kind of way, but powerful enough that it “has restored my fondness for the craft” of poetry.

Hear Brett read six poems from the book:

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Comic Cartography by Aaron King
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Essays and samples from the Comic Cartography blog. Who maps are for, why they’re made, and what they mean in a visual medium.

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  1. Pingback: Interview with Poet Brett Elizabeth Jenkins | 21 Lit

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