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These five line poems, inspired by, but not beholden to, Japanese tanka, are prayerseeds for the people of the future. Like Rilke’s Book of Hours or Sonnets to Orpheus, (or possibly a rogue patch in Stevenson’s Garden) they are an imaginary hymnal, by turns deeply personal and wholly universal. Written over the course of a …

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“You are opener. You are maker. You can be invisible, but you shouldn’t be. You can be invulnerable, but you needn’t be. And you can fly. Always remember, you can fly.” from The Book of Apples :: Stave 7, Verse 3 With Invisible Compositions, Tara Lindsey continues & expands upon the poetic hypernarrative begun in …

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sQualor // gLamour

A connective thread between what has come before and what is yet to come, sQualor // gLamour is an important chapter in Tara’s unfolding, non-linear poetic hyper-narrative. Which is to say it’s kind of batshit, chock full of as many of her passions / obsessions as could fit in twenty four fully illustrated, full color …

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With The Esbat Sequence, Tara Lindsey has traveled into the mist, bringing back half remembered memories and possible futures. A post-digital seanchaí, finding her voice in a constantly evolving world, she has tapped into something old, and simultaneously very, very new. Written mostly during the threshold hours before dawn, these non-linear Trickster tales, of Fire …

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