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I Don’t know What I’m Doing but I’m Doing it Loudly. Kimya Lamb. @GhostCityPress

Published by Ghost City press, the first poem in this micro-chapbook Ohm makes a bloody good observation of the mindset of a mediator, and ‘whirring elevators elevate people but not their minds into the tip top of city sky lines while he just sits,’  Organisms couples with the first poem, one that again asks us about our thinking. The remaining few poems are of relationships: a lover’s gaze, and a lover’s sweater.

This is a too brief! micro-chapbook I want more of from Kimya Lamb. 

And the good news? You can download this book for free from Ghost City Press. All donations go directly to the writer. Here’s the link. Happy reading!

#bookreview You Should Still be Here. Amanda Dissinger @fragglezrock @GhostCityPress

 

These are poems of longing in the micro-chapbook published by Ghost City press, with concrete images of a relationship past, interceded by poems in the present, ‘and I hate all the beautiful people,’ with a deprecating style of writing. Poems I thought I Witnessed a Miracle and You are like the Shitty sort of Rain that Doesn’t let up are titles that tell as much of a story as the poems beneath them. The poetry remained with me long after reading

And the good news? You can download this book for free from Ghost City Press. All donations go directly to the writer. Here’s the link. Happy reading!

Published by @GhostCityPress //Germz

Beautifully presented poetry, with illustrations, and plays in form, which I love to be inspired by, on thoughts on parties, scrolling, relationships, train rides, and fruits with inedible skins. ‘It seems I only miss you when I’m ovulating -according to this period app,’ 

Written in the intimate style of a journal, this is a gem. 

And the good news? You can download this book for free from Ghost City Press. All donations go directly to the writer. Here’s the link. Happy reading!