Poetry, paperback, 127 pages, from Ghost City Press.
“Everything Dies And I Guess That’s Okay is a very intense read for a physically small book. There’s levity here, but with raw longing and existential dread and unrequited love barely fitted beneath it. These poems are beautiful in a way that a lot of familiar things aren’t, funny in a way that a lot of true things aren’t, and very sharply balanced between the two.”
-Deirdre Coyle, author of How to Talk to Writers at Parties