My second print chapbook, Daughter of the Wheel and Moon, has been released as part of the artisanal Red Mare Chapbook Series (#21). I got copies in the mail yesterday!
The Red Mare Chapbook Series produces a limited print run of hand-numbered, handmade books, with fancy papers, ink-block-printed covers, and hand-stitching. These are beautiful books that feel decadent in your hands, books that you appreciate for their ephemerality, quality, and uniqueness. Poets who have been published in the series include Maxine Chernoff, Alfred Corn, Lorraine Caputo, and others.
The press specializes in works with an ecofeminist bent, and Daughter of the Wheel and Moon combines poetry about nature and the environment with a focus on the magickal Wheel of the Year to tell about the life of a solitary practitioner witch. It may—or may not—be a companion piece to What Magick May Not Alter… you can decide for yourself.
Daughter of the Wheel and Moon is available for $15 + shipping. If you buy a copy, you are supporting a woman-owned, non-profit, small press. And, of course, you’re supporting poetry—so it’s win-win!