Santa Muerte, Santa Muerte: I Was Here, Release Me
A collection of otherworldly interviews with ghosts and other paranormal entities.
“Lauren Brazeal Garza’s Santa Muerte, Santa Muerte: I was Here, Release Me is a dark and fascinating exploration of the voices of the dead. These poems are imaginative and surprising in both form and content: Judy Garland is reincarnated as a mountain and the atomic bomb “Little Boy” speaks as a Musk Thistle plant in pieces that eerily command the white space on the page, while other spirits, like that of a decomposing carousel horse, speak in sonnets. This book is as delightful as it is haunting. I dare you to read it.” – Logen Cure (Author of Welcome to Midland)
Zoo for Well-Groomed Eaters
A collection focusing on consumption; where speakers gnaw, masticate, and champion the ingestion/regurgitation of all things.
Exuviae (out of print)
A sequence of pony-centric prose sonnets that begin in post-WWII America and wander up through the new millennium. Everything will be owned. Everything will be assimilated.