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Ursula wanders city streets and back alleys while having visions of Saint Ursula, the patron saint of lost girls, said to have been massacred along with 11,000 virgins en route to her wedding ceremony to a young Pagan prince. AHP has designed and published a limited and colourful pocket size chapbook in 26 copies.
30 pages
Published November 1st 2008 by AngelHousePress
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I'm a terrible person to review poetry. STILL. Despite the fact that I do it all the time. I refuse to allow my own writings to be classified as "poetry" - thusly 'condemning' my own more formally experimental writings to even deeper obscurity b/c if there's one thing poets have an interest in it's POETRY - & not in writing that disavows poetry.

SO, here I am again. Reviewing poetry. Reviewing, in particular, a bk that hasn't been previously reviewed. My GoodReads friend, Eddie Watkins, is
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Amanda Earl is a troublemaker who haunts the streets & watering holes of Ottawa for inspiration. She is the author of the poetry book Kiki (Chaudiere Books, 2014), the erotic novel A World of Yes (DevilHouse, 2015) and the smut collection Coming Together Presents Amanda Earl (Coming Together, 2014). Her most recent chapbooks, Queen Christina, came out with Ghost City Press , and "I owe Saint ...more
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