Anthology 2
is available for pre-order now!

Featuring art, poetry, & prose from 64 contributors worldwide

$15.00-$17.00


Tea With My Monster: Poetry & Art

a mental health awareness anthology

$17.00

Description

RELEASE DATE JUNE 2022

Our second anthology (Vol. 1), Tea With My Monster: Art & Poetry, is a whopping 122 pages, featuring 64 poets & artists from across the globe. ​​​​​​​​This collection speaks on themes of mental health awareness including: struggling, coping, and healing. ​​​​​​​​​​​​​By sharing our stories, we learn that we are never alone.

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Tea With My Monster: Prose

a mental health awareness anthology

$15.00

Description

RELEASE DATE JUNE 2022

Our second anthology (Vol. 2), Tea With My Monster: Prose, is a tidy 40 pages, featuring 10 authors from across the globe. ​​​​​​​​This collection speaks on themes of mental health awareness including: struggling, coping, and healing. ​​​​​​​​​​​​​By sharing our stories, we learn that we are never alone.

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There Is A Monster Inside That I Am Learning To Love

a mental health awareness anthology

$15.00

Description

Our first anthology, There Is A Monster Inside That I Am Learning To Love, weighs in at 60 pages and features 35 poets & artists from around the world. It focuses on mental health through the lens of monsters!

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Anti/Muse by Sarah Herrin

an illustrated poetry chapbook

$15.00

Description

Sarah Herrin’s new poetry book includes artwork by Josiah Callaway. These 30 poems will take you on a journey from the depths of heartbreak and betrayal, to the reclaiming of self and purpose. Originally only available in hard cover through Kickstarter, we have produced a revised paperback version.

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“Anything that’s human is mentionable, and anything that is mentionable can be more manageable. When we can talk about our feelings, they become less overwhelming, less upsetting, and less scary.”

Fred Rogers

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