Flirting with Disaster & Other Poems Now Available on Amazon

I hope this Thursday finds you well. I’m writing to let you know that my collection of poems Flirting with Disaster & Other Poems is now available for purchase on Amazon for $10.44.

The book, originally published in 2018, contains 60 poems, including the Thelma’s Prize winning poem I’m not sure how I feel about the sound & the Pushcart nominated The Old Skins of the New Snake. Thanks to Red Focks & Alien Buddha Press for putting the thing out. Cover art by Marcel Herms.

Thanks to the following literary communities for publishing versions of some of these poems: Thirteen Myna BirdsThe Song Is…Degenerate LiteratureRASPUTIN: A Poetry Thread; FIVE Poetry Magazine; Better Than Starbucks Poetry MagazineThe Broadkill ReviewVisual VerseSinkhole MagazineIn Between HangoversCurateRed Bird ChapbooksRed FezThe RushFoliate Oak Literary MagazineRat’s Ass ReviewMeow Meow Pow PowFull Of Crow; Taxicab Magazine; BlotteratureThe DrabbleChildren, Churches, & Daddies MagazineOne Sentence PoemsStreet Light PressTriggerfish Critical Review; 2016 Hessler Street Fair Poetry AnthologyGhost City Review; The Poets Without Limits; Moonglasses Review; & Maladjusted LTD.

Flirting with Disaster & Other Poems, A.S. Coomer, Alien Buddha Press

Signed copies of the book can be purchased below.

Signed Copy of Flirting with Disaster & Other Poems by A.S. Coomer

$15 includes shipping. 60 poems including the Thelma's Prize winning poem I'm not sure how I feel about the sound and Pushcart nominee The Old Skins of the New Snake.

$15.00

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A.S. Coomer

Writer. Reader. Musician. Friend to cats. Collector of tattoos.

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