I will tell this story to the sun until you remember that you are the sun /

Bibliographic Details
Main Author: Slaughter, Erin (Author)
Format: Book
Language:English
Published: Moorhead, MN : New Rivers Press, [2019]
Edition:First edition.
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Table of Contents:
  • Prologue/epilogue: parting is such, sweet (a new language for old songs)
  • Summer. Blue hole #4
  • Beastly
  • Dissociation, a radiance
  • cow bones
  • A legacy of torch songs
  • Hunter S. Thompson was here (too)
  • Girl the shape of smoke rings, I want to warn her the fish hook in the yard
  • Polaroid
  • Call it earthlight all atremble
  • Self-portrait as Gomorrah burning
  • In which she thinks bodiles & he is deeply human
  • I will tell this story to the sun until you remember that you are the sun
  • Fall. The page of cups half-empty
  • Self-portrait as chicken dinner
  • What is it about October that feels like burning alive
  • Floodsong for collapsed bridges
  • Blue hole #5
  • Self-portrait as the metaphorical heart
  • Friendsgiving at the edge of the void
  • Postcards from Denton County
  • Hourglass
  • September becomes another continent
  • Light recycled
  • Self-portrait as love's coroner
  • Winter. Hello something beautiful that I am trying to ruin
  • Knife again & light
  • Illusion/Illumination
  • A lesson in canvasses
  • They say suffering is noble
  • Time passes, shirtless after Frank Stanford and for the three holes in his heart
  • Moonrisen
  • Stupid girls are always trying to dissapear as revenge
  • In which she is unbottoned by absence & he is his own apartment building
  • Galentines
  • The red line
  • Ballad for coming home n the year 2017
  • Spring. Postcards from Bowling Green
  • Incantation for choosing
  • Self-portrait as tinnitus in the dark
  • Hermitage
  • West End & wonderland
  • We were fledgling lightbulbs
  • Blue hole #7
  • Postcards from Port Isabel
  • We bury our tongues and our tentpoles
  • Spaceshifting
  • Unlatched skyline with alternate endings
  • Epilogue/prologue: you said you didn't believe in ghosts.