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at first & then

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Hex & Howl

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Breaking Points

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Black Under

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2021 Chapbook Bundle

Publication Date: December 2021

About

This bundle contains:

at first & then by Danielle Rose
Everything Saved Will Be Last by Isaac Pickell
Hex & Howl by Simone Muench & Jackie White
Breaking Points by Chelsea Stickle
Black Under by Ashanti Anderson

About the Authors

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Danielle Rose

Danielle Rose is the author of at first & then. Her work can be found in Palette Poetry, Pithead Chapel, Hobart Pulp, and The Shallow Ends.

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Isaac Pickell

Isaac Pickell is a passing poet & PhD student at Wayne State University in Detroit, where he teaches and studies the borderlands of blackness and black literature. A graduate of Miami University’s MFA program, his work has been featured in CrazyhorseFenceThe JournalThe Missouri Review, and Ninth Letter; you can find his new stuff online at Black Warrior ReviewProtean Magazine, and Sixth Finch; and everything saved will be last is his debut chapbook. Isaac has taken a seat in all fifty states and has so much to look forward to.

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Ashanti Anderson

Ashanti Anderson (she/her) is a Black Queer Disabled poet, screenwriter, and playwright. Her debut short poetry collection, Black Under, is the winner of the Spring 2020 Black River Chapbook Competition at Black Lawrence Press. Her poems have appeared in World Literature TodayPOETRY magazine, and elsewhere in print and on the web. Learn more about Ashanti’s previous & latest shenanigans at ashanticreates.com.

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Chelsea Stickle

Chelsea Stickle’s flash fiction appears in matchbook, Pithead Chapel, McSweeney’s Internet Tendency, and others. Her story “Postcard Town” was selected for Best Microfiction 2021. Other stories have been nominated for Best Small Fictions, Best of the Net, Best Microfiction, and the Pushcart Prize. She lives in Annapolis, Maryland with her black rabbit George and a forest of houseplants. Breaking Points is her debut chapbook. Read more at chelseastickle.com and on Twitter @Chelsea_Stickle.

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