One of my lighter reads, Popcorn is a chapbook of food themed humorous poems. Just .99 for the Kindle edition.
Hotel Life is a series of poems that tell a narrative of movement. A narrative of watching the world and its people move through our lives. A moment of longing.
‘This is definitely a chapbook I’ll be coming back to. It’s confusing and disorienting and almost easy to understand, but not quite either – tantalizingly so. In short, I love it. I wish it was a little longer, so that the arc downwards was a little more elegant, but it’s very much a stream-of-consciousness and telling a story. The story itself is a little obscured, but the emotions shine through, and I can grasp the large shapes and feelings of things, following how to feel without understanding the exact mechanics. It’s very artfully done in that way.
E. Dunstan https://wellreadbymoonlight.tumblr.com
A signed copy directly from me. UK.six pounds Int.ten pounds (inc.P+P) with your address.
“The title is deceptive: Katie writes about love at all stages, warts and all. This book felt like a personal project as opposed to Katie’s other poetry books which focus on people observation and anxieties. This book also touches on self love – a journey which doesn’t stop simply because you are in a relationship.
A refreshing love poetry themed read! Isabelle Kenyon, author of This is Not a Spectacle.”