JULIET COOK

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JULIET  COOK s poetry has appeared in a small multitude of magazines, including DIAGRAM, Diode, FLAPPERHOUSE, Menacing Hedge and Reality Beach. She is the author of numerous poetry chapbooks, recently including a collaboration with j/j hastain called “Dive Back Down” (Dancing Girl Press, 2015), an individual collection called “From One Ruined Human to Another” (Cringe-Worthy Poets Collective, 2018), and another individual collection,  “Another Set of Ripped Out Bloody Pig Tails”, forthcoming from The Poet’s Haven. Cook’s first full-length individual poetry book, “Horrific Confection”, was published by BlazeVOX and her second full-length individual poetry book, “Malformed Confetti” is forthcoming from Crisis Chronicles Press. Her most recent full-length poetry book, “A Red Witch, Every Which Way”, is a collaboration with j/j hastain published by Hysterical Books in 2016. She also sometimes creates semi-abstract painting collage art hybrid creatures. Find out more at www.JulietCook.weebly.com.

“Domestic Mini-Horror” and “Multicolored Blood” – FLAPPERHOUSE #4 (Winter 2015)

“Late Night Dance Moves” and “What if I Can’t Make Myself Wake Up?”FLAPPERHOUSE #5 (Spring 2015)

“Me” and “My Wet” (with Adam Tedesco) – FLAPPERHOUSE #7 (Fall 2015)

“Satan’s Gravy”  (with A.S. Coomer) – FLAPPERHOUSE X (Summer 2016)

“Never Be Stuck” (with j/j hastain) – FLAPPERHOUSE #13 (Spring 2017)

“Drenched Mold” and “Which Alter Ego Will Drown You?” (with Michael Bernstein) – FLAPPERHOUSE #15 (Fall 2017)

“How to Grow Rat Teeth” and “The Moon Made Out of Bloated Cheese” (with j/j hastain) – FLAPPERHOUSE #19 (Fall 2018)

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