The ever-amazing Ariel Birks (Jesus Christ Superzine) returns with her first poetry book in years (Red Square Desire, anyone?). Gentle In Carnations could be seen as a book of love poems, or sex poems, but is also so much more. An exploration of the pain of being in love and having sex, yes, but even more still. A look at how our consumerist culture exploits our desires...[ continued ]
Last one! (for the moment.) A plethora of small moments. Singing in the streets, reverse Mother's Day cards, pine-cone determination, and much more. From the author of the ever-popular Jesus Christ Superzine.
40 pages, quarter-size.[ continued ]