Hvis du ikke kunne få nok af The princess saves herself in this one af Amanda Lovelace, så er der her tre skønne digtsamlinger af samme forfatter, som du kan give dig i kast med. Alle omhandler de kærlighed og kvindelighed på sin helt egen måde. Digtsamlinger er ideelle til stranden og til håndbaggagen, når man er ude og rejse, da de ikke fylder ret meget, og oftest er lette at gå til og fra. Derudover så er der ikke meget, der giver stof til eftertanke på samme måde, som en god digtsamling!
The Witch Doesn’t Burn in This One (Women Are Some Kind of Magic #2) af Amanda Lovelace
“2016 Goodreads Choice Award-winning poet Amanda Lovelace returns in the witch doesn’t burn in this one — the bold second book in her “women are some kind of magic” series. The witch: supernaturally powerful, inscrutably independent and now—indestructible. These moving, relatable poems encourage resilience and embolden women to take control of their own stories. Enemies try to judge, oppress and marginalize her, but the witch doesn’t burn in this one.”
The Mermaid’s Voice Returns in This One (Women Are Some Kind of Magic #3) af Amanda Lovelace
“The third and final installment, featuring a foreword from Lang Leav and 13 guest poems from leading voices in poetry such as Nikita Gill, KY Robinson, and Orion Carloto. The mermaid is known for her siren song, luring bedroom-eyed sailors to their demise. However, beneath these misguided myths are tales of escapism and healing, which Lovelace weaves throughout this empowering collection of poetry, taking you on a journey from the sea to the stars. They tried to silence her once and for all, but the mermaid’s voice returns in this one.”
To Make Monsters Out of Girls (things that h(a)unt #1) af Amanda Lovelace
“What happens when the man of your dreams turns out to be a nightmare with sharp teeth and claws?
Winner of the 2016 Goodreads Choice Award for Best Poetry, amanda lovelace presents her new illustrated duology, “things that h(a)unt.” In this first installment, to make monsters out of girls, lovelace explores the memory of being in an abusive relationship. She poses the eternal question: Can you heal once you’ve been marked by a monster, or will the sun always sting?”