Nicole Lyons’ Review of Kindra M. Austin’s Heavy Mental

Within the pages of Heavy Mental, Kindra Austin lies, and she lays her heart out for all of the world to feast. And feast, we do, on this, the pinnacle of her soul’s work. To say that Heavy Mental has catapulted Austin and her work into the same literary sphere as Plath or Cohen orContinue reading “Nicole Lyons’ Review of Kindra M. Austin’s Heavy Mental”

Editor’s Note: Nicole Lyons and The Lithium Chronicles Volume II

Editor’s Note   Raw. Fierce. Brave. Brazen. Honest. These words are often (and accurately) used to describe Nicole Lyons’ writing. I’ve also seen her called a crazy bitch; the real burn is that Nicole lives so much inside her truths, she’s able to say, “Yes. I am a crazy bitch.” One of the things IContinue reading “Editor’s Note: Nicole Lyons and The Lithium Chronicles Volume II”

Candice Louisa Daquin Reviews Nicole Lyons’ The Lithium Chronicles Vol. II

The Lithium Chronicles Volume ll. What happens to a writer who began to write to make sense of life, as she evolves as a human-being? Does she stay the same? Does her writing change? Add to this, the liquid mercury of emotions that push and pull that writer in myriad directions. How does this reflectContinue reading “Candice Louisa Daquin Reviews Nicole Lyons’ The Lithium Chronicles Vol. II”

SMITTEN is the #1 New Release in Poetry Anthologies on Amazon!

What readers are saying: Tres Hermanas ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ important book! SMITTEN is one of those books that needed to be made. Women who love women exist but their voices are very marginalized. All of us can relate to love no matter what form it takes and this exquisite collection of women poets is so beautiful. IContinue reading “SMITTEN is the #1 New Release in Poetry Anthologies on Amazon!”

Mariah Voutilainen reviews Smitten, edited by Candice Louisa Daquin

Indie Blu(e)’s Smitten should be your newest gift of poetry By Mariah Voutilainen Before I begin to review Smitten, a book that lays bare and re-frames (in a very personal manner) the love that women have for women, I must be equally open.  As I formed my thoughts, I realized that I was (and am) extremely nervous aboutContinue reading “Mariah Voutilainen reviews Smitten, edited by Candice Louisa Daquin”