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MY PINK SKULL by Kim Acrylic

Art and poetry e-chapbook by Kim Acrylic

A tale of love, death, sex, and illness weaved in and out of abstract surrealist poetry as if Jackson Pollock ate Picasso and vomited up Basquiat.


KIMBER ACRYLIC, from Seattle Washington, is a Poet/Painter Recording Artist/indie Music Journalist, who dedicated her life to poetry at age 15. Since then she has published four volumes of poetry and finally an anthology of everything she has written in the book "The Myth Behind All Truth.”


She has worked for several online music and poetry magazines including Punk Globe, The Battered Suitcase and the Reviewer Magazine. She has been published in several anthologies and Blogs including Little Episode's first volume of poetry "Back In 5 Minutes" Along side the likes of Sadie Frost, Clint Catalyst , Lucy Barat, Charlie Sheen and Michael Madsen. She also collaborated post-death with Andy Warhol for the New Britain Museum Of Modern Art by writing a poem inspired by his painting of Manray for the book "Visions, Voices, and verses."


She has been pushed in several anthologies from The Nation Beat Poetry Foundation. She has had her art featured in the book Headstreams, by musician Chris Corner of the band IAMX and Sneaker Pimps. As of to date, Kim has two CDs out "Fan Fare Melt Down" and an E.P "Techno Eyes" She continues to collaborate to this day with artists all over the world.

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Poetry chapbook by Carmen Cornue & Donna Morton


Spleen is a poetry collective of desire founded by two queer women.


Carmen Cornue (she/her) resides in San Francisco and her work is deeply indebted to French poetry, international arthouse films and classic American cinema. Her poetry has appeared in The Atlanta Review, Apricity Press and other publications. She holds positions as a poetry reader with the Los Angeles Review and judge with NYC Midnight. 


Donna Morton (she/they) writes poetry inspired by filmic landscapes, morbid literary cues, and the lifestyles of meandering flâneur and cloistered nun. Morton’s poetry has been published in The Shoutflower and Fauxmoir Lit Mag, among others. Donna writes under several pen names and also wrote a Mad Lib horror story based on experiences in spooky, swampy Pennsylvania.  


Both poets have been featured in Southword: New International Writing, Mad Gleam Press and on the podcast Beyond the Screams. Forbidden Flowers was a finalist in Munster Literature Centre’s Fool for Poetry International Chapbook Competition in 2021 and Host Publications 2022 Chapbook Prize.


Find Carmen and Donna reading their poetry on Instagram, @spleen1857.


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