Paperback: 4-book bundle
ISBN: 978-0-9837904-2-6, 978-0-9837904-3-3, 978-0-9837904-5-7, and 978-0-9837904-7-1
Product Dimensions: 8-1/2 x 5-1/2 x 1/4 inches
Shipping Weight: 9.6 oz.
The first “quartet” — four books of poems from the Native Blossoms Chapbook Series, Night Walks by Nancy Carroll, and Liturgy of Small Feathers by Anne Yale, Pressed Against All That Nothing by Cody Deitz, and Hover the Bones by Melisa Malvin-Middleton are bundled together and sold as a set: 4/$25.00.
Nancy Carroll received her Master of Arts in English with concentration in Creative Writing at California State University, Northridge. She lives in Los Angeles and teaches at LA Valley College. Her poems have appeared in national journals such as Borderlands, REDzine, California Quarterly, and Redheaded Stepchild. This is her first chapbook.
Anne Yale‘s work has previously appeared in Chaparral, Blue Print Review, Zocalo Public Square, and California Quarterly. Liturgy of Small Feathers is her first short collection of poetry. She holds a Master of Arts in English, with a concentration in Creative Writing from California State University, Northridge. Although she’s lived in the Mojave Desert over twenty years, she swears she’s “just passing through.”
Cody Deitz, a California native, now resides in North Dakota where he is pursuing his Ph.D. in English at the University of North Dakota. He is fascinated with poetry of place, and how geography informs individual experience, seeking in his work to explore this connection and the insights it affords.
Melisa Malvin-Middleton is a Los Angeles poet, playwright, and musician who teaches writing at California State University, Northridge and College of the Canyons. Her poetry has appeared in Silver Birch Press, The Ofi Press, Quail Bell Magazine, Rogue Agent, Angel City Review, and Clear Poetry, while her plays have been performed by Fresh Produce’d and Savage Players.