blue pubic hair

I sold out of my official copies of MONDO CRAMPO a couple months ago. They were published by Dana Teen Lomax for the dusie kollektiv 3 and were slick-looking with bright red see-through covers and brad bindery, but alas, they are gone.

Well, I was recently asked for a review copy of MONDO CRAMPO and I remembered that Dana Teen had sent me some extra loose innards that she had leftover after assembling the chapbooks--basically, everything except the sleek red cover piece and the bindery hardware.

So I decided to assemble a copy myself, stitched together with fringey turquoise ribbon that kinda looks like theatrical blue pubic hair.

I am pretty pleased with the way it turned out. I have just enough supplies to make two (and only two) more limited-edition copies like this, so if you want one, get in touch. I'll send a review copy for free; I'll also consider trade copies or sale copies. Let me know if you're interested and we can make the arrangements.

P.S. If you'd rather have one of the official red copies, even though I don't have any more, you can still request a review copy from either Galatea Resurrects or The Chapbook Review:




Also, I plan to soon begin revamping some of the content of this DIY publishing article:


My revised version is going to be submitted to make/shift magazine--and for that revised version, I am seeking more voices of women of color poetry editors/publishers. If you think you might be interested in having your voice represented, please feel free to get in touch with me, whereupon I shall share a few more details with you.

XO. Juliet Cook

P.S. If anyone's in the mood for antique microscope slides, check out the Blood Pudding Press etsy shop at http://www.bloodpuddingpress.etsy.com/.

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