The poems in this letterpress book are inspired by the life of a suffragist who was also Laura Madeline Wiseman's great-great-great-grandmother.
In this debut full-length collection, Sprung seeks to transform and reclaim the ways the English language genders and sexualizes.
Farm Hands is a limited edition letterpress book published by Gold Quoin Press housed at Bradley University in Peoria, Illinois.
She Who Loves Her Father explores Cleopatra myths, stories of mummies, and journeys through the underworld.
Branding Girls delves into consumerism, brands, and advertising while using the ekphrasis to respond to contemporary women artists and their work.
Ghost Girl explores memory loss after relocation. While many of the poems are traditional in form, Ghost Girl reclaims the heroic journey as a female one.
A debut chapbook that explores the way language genders and sexualizes our most intimate relationships.