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  • My Posey Taste Like: The Paradise Lost Edition by Alexandra Naughton

    Alexandra Naughton’s Posey, Deluxe Edition, Redux, forthcoming from Bottlecap Press Watch video: “Not A Real Documentary (My Posey Taste Like: The Paradise Lost Edition)” On July 18, Alexandra Naughton’s My Posey Taste Like: The Paradise Lost Edition (Bottlecap Press, 2017) will be available for… Read More ›

  • The Emperor has no balls by Lindsey Thaden

    The Emperor Has No Balls debuted in urgent and timely responses at Passages North and also appears in Vending Machine Press. Lindsey Thäden is a poet masked as a Master’s of Nursing Practice student. Her poetry is published or forthcoming in Apeiron Review,… Read More ›

  • Lush by Deniz Zeynep

    Deniz Zeynep is a poet, writer, editor, and creative director who lives in Brooklyn, New York. She is a former editor at Quail Bell Magazine and currently edits a magazine for the perfume and flavor industry. READ Deniz’s poetry at… Read More ›

  • Crying in Cars with Ghosts by Maggie McEvoy

    Maggie McEvoy is a New York based writer and visual artist. Born and raised in the suburbs of the Hudson Valley, Maggie draws inspiration from the hidden stories and conflicts that exist inside family homes, as well as the struggles… Read More ›

  • What Light Makes a Star? by Joanna C. Valente & Stephanie Valente

    Joanna C. Valente and Stephanie Valente are sisters and poets who live in Brooklyn, New York and edit Yes, Poetry. Joanna is the author of Sirs & Madams (Aldrich Press, 2014), The Gods Are Dead (Deadly Chaps Press, 2015) Marys… Read More ›

  • The Prescription by Jenya Doudareva

    Jenya is an engineer who likes to tinker with technology and with words. This is her seventh Vending Machine Press appearance. Her poems are available on Amazon and have also been featured in Clementine Poetry Journal, and her paper on… Read More ›

  • sometimes people ask me if i’m mad and i say no by Shy Watson

    shy watson is a poet & painter living in philadelphia, pa. she has two chapbooks, AWAY STATUS & my parents were going to give me your name if i was born a boy (Bottlecap Press 2016, 2017). she is the… Read More ›

  • A Call to the Stronger Sex by Christine Stoddard

    Christine Stoddard is a Salvadoran-Scottish-American writer and artist who lives in Brooklyn. Her visuals have appeared in the New York Transit Museum, the Ground Zero Hurricane Katrina Museum, the Poe Museum, the Queens Museum, the Condé Nast Building, George Washington… Read More ›