"This very heart which is mine will forever remain indefinable to me. Between the certainty I have of my existence and the content I try to give to that assurance, the gap will never be filled. For ever I shall be a stranger to myself."
- Albert Camus - The Myth of Sisyphus (via sisyphean-revolt)
CCM is pleased to announce ANTIGOLF by John Colasacco. In Colasacco’s world, everything is suspect and mysteries become like posters adorning the walls of a childhood bedroom. Colasacco has fearlessly created a pseudo-fabulist world where our most mundane routines are meticulously inverted, where anything final is merely the onset of a new beginning. ANTIGOLF will be released as part of the 2015 CCM Catalogue.

CCM is pleased to announce ANTIGOLF by John Colasacco. In Colasacco’s world, everything is suspect and mysteries become like posters adorning the walls of a childhood bedroom. Colasacco has fearlessly created a pseudo-fabulist world where our most mundane routines are meticulously inverted, where anything final is merely the onset of a new beginning. ANTIGOLF will be released as part of the 2015 CCM Catalogue.

chelseahodson:

Inventory #555: Black Cloud by Juliet Escoria
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REGARDING ALLOWANCE
At first it is nothing, and then it is something and then it feels like I’m floating. It feels so good that I do not question if these feelings are real or valid, or if there is simply too much dopamine sizzling around in my brain. I feel like the burden of being troubled, of being human, has been lifted, and I let it lift. I let myself sit there with my eyes closed, just breathing. I let myself feel like a cobalt blue ball.
—Juliet Escoria

chelseahodson:

Inventory #555: Black Cloud by Juliet Escoria

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REGARDING ALLOWANCE

At first it is nothing, and then it is something and then it feels like I’m floating. It feels so good that I do not question if these feelings are real or valid, or if there is simply too much dopamine sizzling around in my brain. I feel like the burden of being troubled, of being human, has been lifted, and I let it lift. I let myself sit there with my eyes closed, just breathing. I let myself feel like a cobalt blue ball.

—Juliet Escoria

CCM is pleased to announce REMEMBER TO NEVER GET BETTER by Madison Langston. Langston’s debut full-length collection of poetry exhibits an observant and poised eye for those little details that we often ignore. Langston’s poetry deftly expresses the range of emotions we, as popular-culture inundated individuals, feel during the sensory-overload of our daily lives. There’s humor, there’s truth there’s doubt—this exciting debut is an accurate assemblage of who we are and what we “think” we need to feel complete. REMEMBER TO NEVER GET BETTER will be released as part of the 2016 CCM Catalogue.

CCM is pleased to announce REMEMBER TO NEVER GET BETTER by Madison Langston. Langston’s debut full-length collection of poetry exhibits an observant and poised eye for those little details that we often ignore. Langston’s poetry deftly expresses the range of emotions we, as popular-culture inundated individuals, feel during the sensory-overload of our daily lives. There’s humor, there’s truth there’s doubt—this exciting debut is an accurate assemblage of who we are and what we “think” we need to feel complete. REMEMBER TO NEVER GET BETTER will be released as part of the 2016 CCM Catalogue.

CCM is pleased to announce OTHER PEOPLE’S POEMS by Tyler Gobble. Using a mixture of homage and humor, poise and promise, Gobble flexes his poetry muscles in poems that function as examples of his mastery of the form. More importantly, Gobble uses the poem as a place to catalog and foster community; these poems showcase how important community is for writers, readers, and publishers. Nope, Gobble isn’t afraid to say what we’re all thinking. OTHER PEOPLE’S POEMS will be released as part of the 2015 CCM Catalogue.

CCM is pleased to announce OTHER PEOPLE’S POEMS by Tyler Gobble. Using a mixture of homage and humor, poise and promise, Gobble flexes his poetry muscles in poems that function as examples of his mastery of the form. More importantly, Gobble uses the poem as a place to catalog and foster community; these poems showcase how important community is for writers, readers, and publishers. Nope, Gobble isn’t afraid to say what we’re all thinking. OTHER PEOPLE’S POEMS will be released as part of the 2015 CCM Catalogue.

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