Today we are pleased to announce that past contributor Hannah Lee Jones has been recently featured in Ruminate Magazine. Hannah’s poems “When My Mouth First Opened” and “October” can be read in Ruminate’s Issue No. 44. Purchase a copy by clicking here.
To read three poems by Hannah Lee Jones in Issue 16 of Superstition Review click here.
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2 thoughts on “Contributor Update: Hannah Lee Jones”
The images in Hannah’s poems remind me of the Gothic aesthetic. The ghosts and unseen presences are haunting in an almost familiar way, and the language used to describe these specters is so visceral and tangible.
Perfect for the season! Thanks for your comment, Jordyn.
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