A Fevers of the Mind Spotlight on: Elizabeth M Castillo

Bio: Elizabeth M Castillo is a British-Mauritian poet, writer, indie-press promoter. She lives in Paris with her family and two cats, where she writes a variety of different things under a variety of pen names. In her writing Elizabeth explores themes of race & ethnicity, motherhood, womanhood, language, love, loss and grief, and a touch of magical realism. She has words in, or upcoming in Selcouth Station Press, Pollux Journal, Revista Purgante, Lanke Review, Streetcake Magazine, Fevers of the Mind Press (Fevers of the Mind 5: Overcome -info below), Melbourne Culture Corner, Epoch Press, among others. Her bilingual, debut collection “Cajoncito. Poems on Love, Loss, y Otras Lucaras” is out 2021. You can connect with her on Twitter and IG at @EMCWritesPoetry www.elizabethmcastillo.com

Wolfpack Contributor Bio: Elizabeth M. Castillo

6 Micropoems from “Cajoncito: Poems on Love, Loss, y Otras Locuras” by Elizabeth M Castillo

The U.S. Link https://amzn.to/38fVhno.

The U.K. Link https://amzn.to/3gDz7Qt

or pdf info here. *Announcements” Fevers of the Mind Issue 5: Overcome Anthology is out & how to get PDFS of all issues through Go Fund Me

Look at this cool video of Elizabeth reading “Crocodiles” for Tuna Fish Journal
Reading on Pollux Journal
Lisa Mary Presents: The Poets in the Pandemic Interview Series: Elizabeth M. Castillo (March 4, 2021)

2 New Poems by Elizabeth Castillo : New Start & Black Dolls for Christmas  (also in the Anthology)









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A Fevers of the Mind Spotlight On: Gaynor Kane (poet/writer)

Memory Forest: Amazon.co.uk: Kane, Gaynor: 9781916090859: Books

Check out the poetry of Gaynor Kane. She has a wonderful poetry collection that came out last September (2020) “Venus in Pink Marble” a wonderful title with Hedgehog Poetry Press.


Also, check out Gaynor’s micro-collection “Circling the Sun” from November 2018 under Hedgehog Poetry Press & chapbook “Memory Forest” as well under Hedgehog Poetry Press.

Personal poetry, political poetry

Where else can you find Gaynor Kane’s work?







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