HERE - https://www.etsy.com/
(The book can still be acquired from the press that published it, Crisis Chronicles Press, too, here - https://ccpress.blogspot.com/2018/10/Cook102.html)
Just in time for Halloween 2018 and the rest of the 2018 holiday season and beyond, my Malformed Confetti has been added to my Blood Pudding Press!
Malformed Confetti is my second individual full-length poetry book, which has arrived in October 2018!
100+ pages. Poems ranging from 2008-2015.
Cover art created by Simona Candini.
Strange and creative book blurbs written by Susan Yount, Kelly Boyker, Tracie Morell, Charles Cicirella, and Lisa M. Cole.
Thank you very much to Crisis Chronicles Press!
If you would like to acquire the book directly from the press that published it (Crisis Chronicles Press), you can do so here - https://ccpress.blogspot.com/2018/10/Cook102.html
At Blood Pudding Press, the same price is being charged, but you're receiving your copy directly from the author, who will hand sign the book for you.
Here's a little more about Malformed Confetti, that appears in the About the Author section in the back of the book:
Juliet Cook has been writing poetry for more than 25 years. Her poetry has appeared in a small multitude of magazines, both online and in print. She is the author of numerous poetry chapbooks, recently including a collaboration with j/j hastain called "Dive Back Down" (Dancing Girl Press, 2015), an individual collection called "From One Ruined Human to Another" (Cringe-Worthy Poets Collective, 2018), and with another individual collection, "Another Set of Ripped Out Bloody Pig Tails" forthcoming from The Poet's Haven.
Cook's first full-length individual poetry book, “Horrific Confection”, was published by BlazeVOX in late 2008, ten years ago now. Her more recent full-length poetry book, "A Red Witch, Every Which Way", is a collaboration with j/j hastain published by Hysterical Books in 2016. Her MOST recent individual full-length poetry book is this one, "Malformed Confetti".
The poems within "Malformed Confetti" range from 2008 to 2015. In early 2010, Cook suffered from an unexpected Carotid Artery Dissection, which lead to an Aneurysm which lead to a Stroke. Later in 2010, while on the brink of divorce and temporarily living with her parents, Cook began to assemble and submit an earlier version of this manuscript. As time went on, she revised it, added more recent poems, and rearranged it, forming it into a dissected but interconnected discombobulation of pre-stroke and post-stroke work.
Cook's poetic style has undergone changes over the years, but her passion for poetry lives on.
Cook also sometimes creates semi-abstract painting collage art hybrid creatures.
Cook also runs her own tiny independent press, Blood Pudding Press, which sometimes publishes hand-designed poetry chapbooks and sometimes sells art.