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Allergic to Everything by Leah Mueller

Published October 8, 2015
Full Length - 110 pages, 6" x 9", ISBN: 9781517662585
Portland is your hipster boyfriend with a tongue ring,
the one who is always stoned,
the guy who can't be counted on for a commitment.

Kalamazoo is the boyfriend who gets drunk,
smashes your possessions,
and steals your laptop so he can sell it to buy crack.

Chicago was your first boyfriend. He's still standing in
the yard of his four-flat, grilling something.

Tacoma is much smarter than he looks,
and that is a big part of his appeal.

Seattle won't even answer your calls.

-- Cities Where You've Lived as Boyfriends.

$15.00 USD
Full Length

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About the author:
Leah Mueller is a writer who resides in western Washington. Her work has been published in Cultured Vultures, Origins Journal, Quail Bell, Typoetic, Talking Soup, Silver Birch Press, Semaphore, MaDCap, The Rain, Party, and Disaster Society, and many others. Leah's chapbook, "Queen of Dorksville" was published in 2012 by Crisis Chronicles Press. Leah was a featured reader and poet in July 2015 at the New York Poetry Festival, and at the Death Rattle Poetry Festival in Idaho in October, 2015. She enjoys sunflowers, lucid dreaming, and anything water-related.

Coming Through the Far End by Paul Grant

Published October 5, 2015
Chapbook - 52 pages, 5.5" x 8.5", ISBN: 9781517524098
This is where
I should say
Something pretty

The stars in the head
Of a suicide
Will never form
A constellation

But for you
The endless storms
Of thought
Are over.
- The Stars in His Head 

$10.00 USD

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Other Books by Paul Grant
The Loose End of the Night (Ironpress)

biophotonic by Zachary Lee

Published October 5, 2015

Chapbook - 46 pages, 5.5" x 8.5", ISBN: 9781517458423
I think the treasure of our lives
is that we are mortal,
that very fact is what makes
everything we love,
sweat out in such style, cry over,
scream about, paint to imitate,
and obsess over so goddamn sacred
so I express my gratitude &
if we have one latitude to confess to
shed our dress and shed our place
wound within a Teneriffe lace
to endure a truth befit to dissolve
the boundaries between
us and admit
that we don't know shit

-- Sofia in the Thunder

$10.00 USD

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About the author:
Zachary Lee is a visionary artist and poet from Canton, OH who is enthralled with the power words have to bring people together. Zach is also an agricultural student at The Ohio State University and enjoys activities such as traveling, disc golf, storytelling, and general mischief.