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New Leaves by April-Lyn Caouette (Poetry Chapbook by Bitterzoet Press)

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  • Handmade item
  • Materials: Black Green Orange Cover Stock Paper, Hand Lettered Design, Black Wax Thread, Antique Laid Letter Stock Paper
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Description: New Leaves, by April-Lyn Caouette. Printed in Lombard, Illinois by Bitterzoet Press, 2015. One edition of 12. 4.5 x 4 in,. 8 pages. Hand lettered, covered and glued together black, green and orange cover stock paper, printed on 20 lb. antique laid paper, and tied with black wax thread. $6

Biography: April-Lyn Caouette studied Philosophy and Religion at Colgate University, and now lives in Western Massachusetts. Her poetry has also appeared on tinywords.com, and she now writes articles exploring video games and the human condition for gamechurch.com. You can read her blog at www.endless-runner.com.

Editor's Note: Pattie and I are extremely proud to present these small, gorgeous poems by April. She was the first author we accepted for our Bonbon series, and thus, her poems inspired us to make little books along with our magazine. Without her poems, I'm not sure if we would have ever thought to make small chapbooks. For the design, I decided that the butterfly idea would fit her poems perfectly. My mom raises butterflies in my family's backyard, and the Monarch butterfly, for me, symbolizes home. They spend entire life-cycles migrating from North to South. In the same way, April's minute poems capture feelings of home life and the retreat of winter into spring. We are so excited to finally show you April's beautiful words just in time for warmer weather.

----Wes Solether, Bitterzoet Editor
Description: New Leaves, by April-Lyn Caouette. Printed in Lombard, Illinois by Bitterzoet Press, 2015. One edition of 12. 4.5 x 4 in,. 8 pages. Hand lettered, covered and glued together black, green and orange cover stock paper, printed on 20 lb. antique laid paper, and tied with black wax thread. $6

Biography: April-Lyn Caouette studied Philosophy and Religion at Colgate University, and now lives in Western Massachusetts. Her poetry has also appeared on tinywords.com, and she now writes articles exploring video games and the human condition for gamechurch.com. You can read her blog at www.endless-runner.com.

Editor's Note: Pattie and I are extremely proud to present these small, gorgeous poems by April. She was the first author we accepted for our Bonbon series, and thus, her poems inspired us to make little books along with our magazine. Without her poems, I'm not sure if we would have ever thought to make small chapbooks. For the design, I decided that the butterfly idea would fit her poems perfectly. My mom raises butterflies in my family's backyard, and the Monarch butterfly, for me, symbolizes home. They spend entire life-cycles migrating from North to South. In the same way, April's minute poems capture feelings of home life and the retreat of winter into spring. We are so excited to finally show you April's beautiful words just in time for warmer weather.

----Wes Solether, Bitterzoet Editor

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