These poems occur in a bombed-out cathedral, under cover of darkness, maybe some otherworldly light edging the sky. The narrator is many: women who talk to the dead, mothers who “plant skulls in soil and grow sunflowers,” women suicides, women who consider self-mutilation and suicide, women who cradle premature babies, women who prepare the bodies of the dead, women who exist between the “reliquaria of childbirth” and saints’ incorruptible bodies. These women also live inside themselves...
From a new book interview up at H_NGM_N Books, about the forthcoming "Bone of My Bone" Blood Pudding Press poetry chapbook by Nicole Rollender!
The chapbook is coming very soon - but before it has even arrived, you can read the author's perspective on this collection's poetry innards, HERE - http://h-ngm-n.tumblr.com/post/127159192089/chpbk-qs-and-as-with-nicole-rollender
This chapbook will be officially available the first weekend of September, but is available for pre-order now in the Blood Pudding Press shop, HERE - https://www.etsy.com/listing/244912275/preorder-bone-of-my-bone-by-nicole?ref=shop_home_active_1