A NEW Review of EVIL ME by MISH (Reviewed by Christine Bassaber)

"Received your book Evil Me in the mail yesterday. Wasn’t planning necessarily on reading since was a “support Eileen” move but put on my coffee table and couldn’t resist opening to first pages—very attractive looking—Read the first poem, and loved!! Second one also!!

After that I have left it on my coffee table to pursue. I’ll continue to update you as I go thru them…I did want to tell you that I really loved the first 2 poems and the book format/appearance in the meantime."

Christine Bassaber (the author's sister) about EVIL ME by MISH


Find out more about EVIL ME and/or acquire your own copy HERE - https://www.etsy.com/listing/842490054/new-evil-me-by-mish-2020-blood-pudding?ref=shop_home_feat_3


A NEW Review of EVIL ME by MISH (Reviewed by John Yamrus at Cultural Weekly)

"There was and is something very personal and real about this book. She pretty much tells you that much right up front, with that title – Evil Me – and even those two little words seem to serve double duty. Is she talking about herself? Or, is she forcing the reader to see something dark and black and hidden within their own self?"

part of a review by John Yamrus, for the new Blood Pudding Press poetry chapbook, EVIL ME by MISH (Eileen Murphy)
you can acquire your own copy of EVIL ME, within the Blood Pudding Press shop, HERE - https://www.etsy.com/shop/BloodPuddingPress šŸ–¤


NEW in Mineral Lit Mag - a collaborative poem by Juliet Cook and j/j hastain!

"Red neck, blue neck, let's pin the tail on
the purple. Hit the piƱata sporting the face of
a new trajectory attack. Then intervene

by shifting the italics in the opposite direction;
by replacing every other m with a w
and every other man with a wolf."

in the poem "Falling Down Off the Bar Table"

a collaborative poem by Juliet Cook & j/j hastain,making an appearance in Issue 4.2 of Mineral Lit Mag! 

You can read all of Issue 4.2 HERE - https://minerallitmag.com/issue-42.html#/ šŸ–¤

EVIL ME by MISH is the NEWEST Blood Pudding Press poetry chapbook!

"The hardwood is waiting
to hear your keys
aching to feel
your footsteps.

If you kill yourself
like you say you will,
the funeral flowers
will turn to seed
and the floors of your apartment
crumble to shards "

in the poem "Note That I Wish I’d Given to My Upstairs Neighbor", which appears within the new Blood Pudding Press poetry chapbook, "EVIL ME" by MISH

Acquire a copy for yourself or an evil friend from the Blood Pudding Press shop HERE - https://www.etsy.com/listing/842490054/new-evil-me-by-mish-2020-blood-pudding?ref=shop_home_feat_3


NEW! The August Flock of Thirteen Myna Birds has Arrived!

"When will we quarantine together? - epicenter of the epidemic - mind full of rabies - shoved into this gothic monster closet - leaving a wet glistening trail - butterfly eyebrows ready to skewer - like a stab-vest on the shoulder - when the circus came to town - the National Museum of Death - The drunken angels clink glasses - One sock black the other sock gone - hung from his beard - How do you think I got a funny stump?"

Shortly before the end of August the NEW August flock of Thirteen Myna Birds has finally arrived!

This flock begins with 2 teaser piece poems from the NEW Blood Pudding Press poetry chapbook, "EVIL ME" by Eileen MISH Murphy! Followed by 13 other poems from Jennifer Shneiderman, Michael A. Griffith, Howie Good, C. Cropani, DS Maolalai, and Thomas E. Simmons!

Check it all out HERE - http://13myna.blogspot.com/


Juliet Cook's Histrionics Inside My Interior City is two months and one day old (and still alive and waiting for you to read it)!

Juliet Cook's 2020 Summer Series Micro-Chap, "Histrionics Inside My Interior City", was published by Ghost City Press on June 23, so it is now two months and one day old - and it is still available to read for free online via the link below.

13 pages of poetry filled with vomit, vodka, demented ghost corpses and so on and so forth...

You can donate a dollar or teleport a tiny martini or read it for free - and you can also read lots of other Ghost City Press Micro-Chaps.

HISTRIONICS - https://ghostcitypress.com/2020-summer-series/histrionics-inside-my-interior-city?fbclid=IwAR2YU4HoYV5YmBJLVCTAIabEEY2RL7nSoXAXUO2JEUKbFxidV_Z-eLK2iKQ

Lots of others - https://ghostcitypress.com/2020-summer-series?fbclid=IwAR127ngw2OW3sn6Q69dJQklZTTkDhnAEQVWqA9ByUoMIivP7V8q2HYvFchQ


NEW! EVIL ME by MISH is the first new Blood Pudding Press poetry chapbook of 2020!

A NEW poetry chapbook from Blood Pudding Press is newly available as of August 2020!

EVIL ME includes 19 poems by MISH - and MISH also created the cover art!

You can find out more about the poet/artist Eileen "MISH" Murphy, via her website HERE - https://mishmurphy.com/

The poems within EVIL ME offer a powerful mix of quirky, delightful, dark, sad, and depressing - with the focus ranging from troubling childhood issues to new romance/marriage to failed romance/divorce with quirks, mental dilemmas, family dilemmas, depression, and death.

Each chapbook is hand-designed, hand bound with colorful ribbon or yarn, and you can choose your own color of cover stock for the chapbook's cover.

Any questions, please feel free to ask.

          My pussy and legs are buried deep under an abandoned sand castle—
only my feet are visible—they wiggle at passers-by—
And my heart—I can’t find my heart.

   My heart got stung by a bee, only once, but it was a bad bee. 

in the poem "My Head Lives"


Acquire your very own copy of EVIL ME, here - 


NEW! Juliet Cook's poem "Industrial Carousel" appears within The Rising Phoenix Review!

"Try this pill until you run out of power.
Let your body and brain get used
to this manufacturer’s version of this pill,
and then you will be switched to another
like your brain is just a light switch
like your brain is just a plug
like your brain is just a hole in the wall
hotel room with a bath tub that doesn’t work anymore."

from Juliet Cook's poem, "Industrial Carousel", making an appearance in The Rising Phoenix Review

read more HERE - https://therisingphoenixreview.com/2020/07/27/industrial-carousel-by-juliet-cook/


NEW! Tarot Card Shark, a collaborative poem by Martin Willitts Jr and Juliet Cook appears in The Daily Drunk!

Thank you to The Daily Drunk for accepting the collaborative poem "Tarot Card Shark" by Martin Willitts Jr. and Juliet Cook, to appear within its Terror Taco Tuesday theme (in which every poem had to include terror or tacos...)! 

A cad is always a cad even when a cadaver

Read the rest by clicking the link below!