Poem Published at The Trinity Review

Excited to share that a poem from my forthcoming collection, Particle, has just been published at The Trinity Review.

More about the publication: “The Trinity Review is the literary arts publication of Trinity College at the University of Toronto. Active since 1881, the Trinity Review publishes prose, poetry, visual arts and non-fiction work.”

My poem, “Feast,” is a persona poem written from a character’s POV.

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“Feast”

Melanie Faith

In the space between a green bruise

And a lucid dream, all milk-heavy stars

I was born. Snow-swept steppes,

Hollow legs. What a way to arrive

In earliest January,

She didn’t read my irony as irony.

Yes, yes she said, a way to crack open

The year like a muskmelon

Burying our faces full, up to the rind

Announcing: Particle! First Poem Share: "Spun out: We Can't Always See around Corners"

Super excited to announce one of the literary/artistic projects I've been working on since winter.

I'm writing a book of illustrated poetry, entitled Particle, and I'll be sharing exclusive excerpts of poems from time to time.

Thrilled to get to collaborate with talented visual artist/illustrator/poet extraordinaire @annabelle_fern , who is a dream to work with and brought all of the illustrations to glorious life; can't wait to see her next visual magic!

For commissions and to check out more of her amazing artistry: @annabelle_fern .

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