Poems for Covid-19 is a mini-collection of poems written in the early days of the pandemic stay-at-home orders.
There are only 25 print copies available – and 100% of the profits are headed to The Free Black Woman’s Library Sister Outsider Relief Grant.
If you don’t get one of the 25 print copies, don’t worry! An ebook edition will be released soon too.
Amy Bornman amybornman.com
Amy is a poet, sewing pattern designer, quilter, and reader. She lives in her hometown, Pittsburgh, PA, with her husband, Isaiah, and big sweet dog, Bobo. Her first full-length collection of poetry, There is a Future, is forthcoming from Paraclete Press in 2021.
Printed and Bound in The United States of America
First Edition, First Printing, Limited Edition of 25, June 2020
Illustrations: Amy Bornman amybornman.com
Design: Amelia Greenhall ameliagreenhall.com
Published by: ANEMONE https://anemone.es
This zine is 5.5 by 8.5 inches (14 x 21.5 cm), 14 pages. Printed on Cream Hammermill Paper 24 lb. (90 g/m2) and Ivory Neenah Bristol Vellum 67 lb (147 g/m2). Printed with a Brother HL-L2390DW laser printer. The text is set in Spectral and Bangla MN.
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