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EXIT WOUNDS

(n.) exit wound: a wound made by a bullet or other missile passing out of the body. See also: the undefined pain between entry and exit.

 

A compilation of original poetry, photography, and art depicting the pain upon entry and exit, and everything in between.

Originally published through Lulu Press, a perfect-bound paperback with cream interior and black ink, featuring a full color exterior, size 6 x 9

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EARTH IS FULL;  GO BACK HOME

A COSMIC UNDERTAKING, A HESITANT STORY OF ANGELS, A COLLECTION OF RELIGION AND WHIMSY. THE ATMOSPHERIC RAMBLINGS OF AN EMPYREAN POET.

 

EARTH IS FULL; GO BACK HOME is the second poetry book from independent poet, author, and artist Monica Robinson. 

This collection spans millennia and mythology, as timeless as it is modern, guaranteed to resonate with even the most resistant.

 

From conversations with guardian angels to odes to Achilles’ rage, EARTH IS FULL; GO BACK HOME pays homage to old myths and creates new legends all at once. For fans of Andrea Gibson, Allen Ginsberg, or anything in between, this is the collection for you.

 

As always, “if you are still here: thank you”.

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BURY ME IN

IRON AND IVY

Released through the Cup & Dagger series from Sword & Kettle Press, bury me in iron & ivy: a midwestern gothic, relayed in pieces is Monica Robinson’s collection of speculative hybrid prose and poetry that digs into the hidden corners, the forgotten fields, and the liminal spaces of the American Midwest.

 

Each mini-chapbook in this limited run was assembled and bound by hand. The book consists of 3 sheets of cardstock bound with emerald linen thread, and is available in the Sword & Kettle Shop while supplies lasts.

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WITCHES

This is a zine about witches. No, not those witches.

Original typewritten prose/poetry in the stream of consciousness style from Monica Robinson. This zine is focused around witches, the archetypes and stereotypes that define a sense of magic and self in a way that strives to free the reader from literary and societal conventions both.

 

The contents of the zine were typed on a Royal Administrator, and the zine was printed on 80lb cardstock and is perfect-bound by hand, as a limited copy run to celebrate Halloween.