Contributor Update, Jennifer Givhan: New Book

Here’s some exciting news for all you bibliophiles out there. Jennifer Givhan’s debut book of poetry, Landscape With Headless Mama, is now available. It won the Pleiades Press Editors Prize for Poetry and also appeared on a list of Best New Poetry Collections from Poets of Color in Bustle.

It can be purchased here or pre-ordered on Amazon. Givhan also has a limited number of signed copies that can be purchased directly through her PayPal by clicking here.

To read her poetry that was published in issue 14 of our magazine, click here.

Landscape With Headless Mama

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5 thoughts on “Contributor Update, Jennifer Givhan: New Book

  • October 4, 2016 at 8:18 pm
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    The cover art is amazing and loaded with all of the one thousand words it’s worth.

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  • October 5, 2016 at 11:27 am
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    I was so moved by the gritty poetic topics that Jennifer Givhan shared in issue 14. I’m really looking forward to reading her new collection.

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  • October 5, 2016 at 5:45 pm
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    The cover art is really interesting and serves to draw the reader’s attention. I’m going to have to get a hold of this book! I’m also going to go to Issue 14 and read her poetry.

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  • October 7, 2016 at 10:59 am
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    I definitely need to get my hands on this book! After losing myself in the striking cover, reading Givhan’s poetry from Issue 14, and reading the blurb on Amazon…I’m intrigued. I mean, how can someone not be intrigued when a book is described as “[exploring] the experiences of becoming and being a mother through the lens of dark fairy tales”? This collection sounds utterly fascinating, and I look forward to reading it.

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  • October 16, 2016 at 2:04 pm
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    I really want to read this book. I know you are not supposed to judge a book by its cover but the cover art is so alluring and strange that it makes me want to go out and buy the book. Another saying is a picture is worth a thousand words and if the poetry in this book is as beautiful as the cover art, I can’t wait to read it.

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