The First Review of the New Blood Pudding Press chapbook - "They Talk About Death" by Alessandra Bava

"Bava engages the past -- Rimbaud, Sexton, Miller, Plath -- but also dances with a very lively muse, Patti Smith. Although tinged with the blackness of "the apocalypse of words" the buoyancy of hope is what raises the reader well above despair. Salomé may turn John's severed head into lamp, but only for her own creative spark."

An excerpt from the very first review of the new Blood Pudding Pres
s chapbook, "They Talk About Death" by Alessandra Bava.

Thank you very much to K.A. Laity for reading the chapbook and writing this wonderful little review!

You may read it all hear on Goodreads - https://www.goodreads.com/review/show/992814993?book_show_action=true&page=1

You may find out more and get your own copy of the chapbook in the Blood Pudding Press shop here - https://www.etsy.com/shop/BloodPuddingPress

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