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The Plural of Some Things
Written with a probingly sensitive eye, this collection of poems illuminates the subtle and poignant...
Exploding into Night
In Exploding into Night, Sandy Pool delves into the heart of a grisly murder that...
Footsteps on the Ceiling
In Footsteps on the Ceiling, Baila Ellenbogen explores the overlapping planes of existence her experience...
Filtered through insomnia and distress signals, Amphetamine Heart pumps out an atonal pulse over flashes of lowered inhibitions. Channelling punk and heavy metal influences, this poetry collection's soundtrack is set to a backdrop of boozecans and broken glass. Written over a three-year period, these poems are linked by discomfort and decay, frequently capturing the urgency of paranoia and self-harm. Amphetamine Heart is about excess and the imbalance that it brings. It's about people who don't remember how they got home at the end of the night. It's about broken illusions and the dark undercurrents that often permeate party culture. The...

"I've been hanging around/ a Chinatown corner/ for a while, waiting./ The snow is icing,/ powder-caked,/ framing my forehead, cheeks/ a white line before the blush/ of bare skin in frost."
Amphetamine Heart

Liz Worth
2011
Amphetamine Heart
Paramita, Little Black
We are no longer the smart kids in class
Washing Off the Raccoon Eyes
Orioles in the Oranges
Black Suede Cave
Lessons of Chaos and Disaster