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Malformed Confetti by Juliet Cook
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it was amazing

All hail the Queen of Grotesque, Juliet Cook! Her imagery is monstrous, distorted and unnatural — an unmistakably unstable mixture of estranged dollcanos and blood. These poems plunge into “your neckline, your mouth, your eyes”— into the absurdities of existence. Cook can barely contain all that is coming apart, even “a stuck tongue keeps breaking.” Malformed Confetti is alive! And absolutely “plotting an insurrection.”
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October 17, 2018 – Shelved
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message 1: by John (new)

John Allen Juliet is one of the rare liquers and certainly pudding treats of the macabre


message 2: by John (new)

John Allen Juliet is one of the rare liquers and certainly pudding treats of the macabre


Juliet Thank you John Allen.

And thank you very much Susan - for writing this blurb/mini-review!

John Burroughs told me you bought the book from Crisis Chronicles Press (thank you!),but I was planning to send you a free copy for your blurb - so you will soon be receiving two copies!

I will also link to your review soon on my fb page and elsewhere.

xoxo,Juliet


Susan Yay! The second copy I ordered is a gift.


Juliet Okay, awesome!


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