One part macabre, one part melancholic, and all-around oddball, the poems contained within this collection are both old and new works meshed together in a weird amalgamation that centers upon themes of life, love, death, and rebirth.
Mothers, maidens, and crones make their appearances, as does Vlad the Impaler, Aokigahara (Japan's notorious Suicide Forest), and a fiery phoenix.
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About the Author
Jen Chichester is a misfit toy who enjoys learning, reading, and writing about anything oddball, eccentric, eclectic, mysterious, mystic, mythical, magical, and macabre. She is a native of West Michigan but feels more at home in the United Kingdom. She has her Master's in English from Grand Valley State University and has a special interest in literary perspectives on madness. While not working as a freelancer, she writes, reads, fangirls over Twin Peaks, and chases around after multiple cats and a ferret.