New From Anxiety Press: Blood Honey
Anxiety Press is pleased to announce the release of: Blood Honey by David Estringel
In his highly anticipated new collection Estringel highlights his continued development as a poet who has steadfastly remained fierce in his avoidance of the beaten path. His work is both a rebellious assertion of the call to clarity and a profound affirmation of the world in all its aspects.
“Poetry should grab us and make us either want to heal or destroy the world. Blood Honey does both.” — Justine Jones, editor and cultural critic
“Estringel is a sage we can look for both to know ourselves, and the art we create.” — Aaron Thompson, freelance journalist
“Blood Honey embraces the reader with its humanity and heart.” — Janelle Janson, reviewer
About the Author
David Estringel is a Xicanx writer/poet with works published in literary publications, such as The Opiate, Azahares, Cephalorpress, Lahar, Poetry Ni, DREICH, Rigorous, Somos En Escrito, Hispanecdotes, Ethel, The Milk House, Beir Bua Journal, and The Blue Nib. His first collection of poetry and short fiction Indelible Fingerprints was published in April 2019, followed by three poetry chapbooks, Punctures (2019), PeripherieS (2020), and Eating Pears on the Rooftop (coming 2022). His new book of micro poetry little punctures, a collaboration with UK illustrator, Luca Bowles, will be released in 2022.
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