Southern Gothic Corpse Machine
by Hannah V Warren
FOR SALE NOW! Please note, thread color will vary (possibly wildly!) from copy to copy.
Designed, printed, and assembled by Carrion Bloom Books in SLC, UT in 2022
Poetry, hand-bound in long stitch, 40 pages
$20 - $31 (choose your price)
When purchasing a copy of SGCM, you can choose between two cover
colors: Cucumber (Green) and Coffee (Pale Brown) as well as three pay-what-you-want price
The author and editors thank you for your support. A digital version of the book will be made accessible soon.
15% of the sales of this physical run will be donated to the Southern Poverty Law Center -- at any price level ($20, $24, and $31).
"the ocean as our auditor we drudge up all the hiddenPraise for SGCM:
grotesqueries: take us into your damp folds
layer by layer until we're salt of the earth & our ashes
are sliding wet & jupiter-bound"
"The hallucinatory, gothic lyrics in Hannah V Warren's Southern Gothic Corpse Machine revel in excess. In one poem, a woman tumbles from the skinned torso of a strung-up hare. In another, a speaker falls in love with the devil. By turns rebellious and perverse, grotesque and visionary, Warren's book charts the often terrifying transformations of people, bodies, and places shifting within their mythic, blood-and-grit processes of becoming."
- Anna Journey, author of The Judas Ear
About the author
Hannah V Warren
is a doctoral student at the University of Georgia where she studies
speculative fiction and poetry, and she holds an MFA in creative writing from
the University of Kansas. Hannah’s writing and research interests focus on the
grotesque, post/apocalypse, and representations of monstrosity. Her chapbook [re]construction of the necromancer won Sundress Publications’ 2019 chapbook contest, and her works appear in Crazyhorse, Gulf Coast,
Passages North, The Pinch, Strange Horizons, THRUSH,
and Fairy Tale Review, among others.