Features Ashley Sugarnotch and the Wolf by Elizabeth Deanna Morris Lakes and I Am Not Famous Anymore by Erin Dorney.
Ashley Sugarnotch and the Wolf:
In the mythic world of ASHLEY SUGARNOTCH & THE WOLF, two characters are cosmically intertwined, both moored to their past and to the expectations of society. Through syllabic and prose poems, the collection asks questions about what happens when people find themselves in a cycle of violence. Myths, retold over centuries, also mean that these cycles repeat through the storytelling. Both Ashley and the Wolf are modern, but they are forever tied to their myth.
I Am Not Famous Anymore:
Erin Dorney's debut, I Am Not Famous Anymore, is a collection of erasure poems sourced from media interviews with Shia LaBeouf. Erasure is a form of poetry created by erasing words from an existing text and framing the result on the page as a poem. The poems in I Am Not Famous Anymore are sourced from interviews published in Rolling Stone, Dazed, GQ, The Guardian, The New York Times, Playboy, and Cosmo Girl, among other publications.