Poetry Review: Lizzie, Speak

My newest review at Quail Bell Magazine is for Lizzie, Speak, a poetry chapbook written by Kailey Tedesco and published by White Stag Publishing.

The ghost of Lizzie Borden lurks within each turn of phrase, each shadow of verse. Sometimes, you are a curious onlooker, peering through the dirty glass of the oddities shop to gaze upon the scrap of her veil and the pale of her hand. Other times, you are Lizzie herself, unveiling the clockwork within her mind, painting allegories in her own life’s blood.

Read it here.


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