How My Cat Saved My Life, and Other Poems, by Juliette Sebock

How My Cat Saved My Life, and Other Poems, by Juliette Sebock

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Bottlecap Press
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Poetry, chapbook, 52 pages, from Bottlecap Press.

It's difficult to find someone who hasn't had their heart touched by a beloved pet, but some of us are lucky enough to have our lives irrevocably changed along the way. Juliette Sebock's How My Cat Saved My Life, and Other Poems describes the poet's transformative relationship with the tabby cat who came into her life at a critical time and saved her: from mental illness, from grief, and, perhaps most importantly, from herself.

"Juliette Sebock delivers a warm and fuzzy ode to felines in How My Cat Saved My Life. There is something refreshing about an author who is unapologetically in love with cats and carbs. It is no exaggeration to say I read this book - start to finish - with a smile."

-Lannie Stabile, author of Little Masticated Darlings

"It is hard to put into words how impactful animals can be on our day to day lives. Sebock's How My Cat Saved My Life is a sweet and endearing collection of poems that truly offer a collective ode to the love of our animals and the ways they return the favor. This book is for anyone who is having a bad day, misses their pet, or wishes they could have a pet. Actually, this collection is for everyone, on any day."

-Lynne Schmidt, award-winning poet and author

Juliette Sebock is the author of Mistakes Were Made and has work forthcoming or appearing in a wide variety of publications. She is the founding editor of Nightingale & Sparrow, runs a lifestyle blog, For the Sake of Good Taste, and is a regular contributor with Marías at Sampaguitas. Currently, she is curating the Screaming from the Silence anthology series and working on a variety of personal and freelance projects. When she isn't writing (and sometimes when she is), she can be found with a cup of coffee and her cat, Fitz. Juliette can be reached on her website or across social media.