11/14/19

NEW in Burning House Press - "Every Room Whispers Itself into Your Ear"!

"In this diorama, an intermediary exists in between
the good and the bad, but it’s hard to tell the difference
and sometimes the forces combine."
in Juliet Cook's poem, "Every Room Whispers Itself into Your Ear" at Burning House Press (NO MACHINE WITHOUT A GHOST theme, guest edited by Mauve Perle Tahat, with art by Moriah M. Mylod)

10/30/19

Meet the Authors at Oddmall Outpost - Saturday November 2

This coming Saturday, if all does according to plan, Juliet Cook will have a table at this event, offering poetry chapbooks/books by her and her Blood Pudding Press. šŸ–¤

10/28/19

NEW in Elephants Never! A collaborative poem by j/j hastain and Juliet Cook - Until They Are Well Done

"You can grow an above ground garden
brimming with skyrocketing bees
who don’t adhere to one particular hive"
in the poem "Until They Are Well Done", by j/j hastain and Juliet Cook, appearing in this week's Elephants Never!

Happy Halloween and read more HERE - https://elephantsnever.com/until-they-are-well-done/

NEW in Rabid Oak Issue 16 - Juliet Cook's Snake Fingers!

I tried my best to turn you on, but I couldn’t.
Five minutes of porn turned you on more than me,
so my snake fingers learned how to lie down
beside you and fantasize about someone else
and use my own fingers on myself
until I couldn’t stop hissing.   

Issue 16 of Rabid Oak is newly up, offering 15 different voices, including a "Snake Fingers" poem by Juliet Cook, of which the last few lines appear above.

Hiss into more, HERE - https://rabidoak.com/issues/issue-16/

10/23/19

NEW in Misfit Magazine! "Myth Owls Targeted At Evil" by Juliet Cook and j/j hastain

j/j hastain and Juliet Cook have a long collaborative poem called "Myth Owls Targeted At Evil" appearing within Issue No. 28, Fall 2019 of Misfit Magazine, surrounded by all kinds of other poems too.
"In this dream scene, Alice in Wonderland turns herself in
to a screeching owl ready to strike.
She also walks to soften.
She wobbles inside her head.

One side of her wants to help
every owlet grow non-predatory
and the other side of her wants
to rip someone’s head off.

That takes us back to the beginning.
Torn open skin and blood gushing red
and when will this finally become a metamorphosis
instead of an animal contest
filled with meat cut into pieces."

10/18/19

This Saturday October 19 - Poetry Night at Manic on Main!

Join us for this fun and free event, from 7-9 PM on Saturday October 19! Readings by Theresa Gottl Brightman, Steve Brightman and Juliet Cook, followed by an open mic!


10/12/19

Juliet Cook reading from Malformed Confetti

A photo of Juliet Cook reading a few poems from her book, "Malformed Confetti", on October 10, 2019 at Loganberry Books.

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You can acquire your own copy of Malformed Confetti from Crisis Chronicles Press, HERE - https://ccpress.blogspot.com/2018/10/Cook102.html

Or directly from the authors own Blood Pudding Press shop, HERE - https://www.etsy.com/listing/641070988/malformed-confetti-by-juliet-cook-2018?ref=shop_home_feat_1
photo taken and altered by Jill K.

Juliet Cook reading from DARK PURPLE INTERSECTIONS

Juliet Cook reading a few poems from her Blood Pudding Press poetry chapbook, "DARK PURPLE INTERSECTIONS", on October 10, 2019 at Loganberry Books. 

photo taken and creatively edited by Jill K.
You can acquire your own copy of DARK PURPLE INTERSECTIONS here - https://www.etsy.com/listing/689260672/new-dark-purple-intersections-inside-my?ref=shop_home_feat_1


10/7/19

This coming Thursday October 10 - Juliet Cook reading at Loganberry Books!

Broadsides & Ephemera
Thursday, October 10, 7:00-8:30PM
This month we are featuring Juliet Cook! Juliet is a poet who has published many books of poetry, including her latest full-length book which is called "Malformed Confetti", as well as a chapbook called "Another Set of Ripped-Out Bloody Pigtails.  She is the editor of a one-woman indie press called Blood Pudding Press, which features poetry and arty little misfit offerings. Juliet runs a literary blog-style magazine called Thirteen Myna Birds, which can be found at http://13myna.blogspot.com . She considers herself to be a "glitter witch" and she is a fine connoisseur of the odd and extraordinary! Check out her website at https://julietcook.weebly.com/, and come check out her poetry tonight, then stay to share your own work at the Open Mic!

Broadsides & Ephemera is a spoken word showcase by and for local writers. A perfect environment for shaping, sharing, and improving your poetry, prose, song, playwriting and performance art. Come one, come all!

http://www.loganberrybooks.com/