click to enlarge courtesy Roxy Runyan just released her first book of poems, Poems for Crones, with Ghost City Press Poet Roxy Runyan is in love with Tucson—it’s desert washes, it’s sunsets, it’s witchy women. She just released her first book of poems, Poems for Crones, from Ghost City Press, inspired by her search for unabashed, vulnerable truth and love. Renowned poet Alice Notley said “Read Roxy Runyan’s lovely, vulnerable Poems. She has ears, and a heart.” And now, you lucky people can take Notley’s advice and download a free copy of Poems for Crones here. A print copy is forthcoming, but if you donate to her, shoot her an email with your address at [email protected] and she’ll send you one of her printed and hand-sewn physical copies. The Tucson Weekly interviewed Runyan on what inspires her poetry and, in tandem, her love of life. Why did you move to Tucson 12 years ago and what has kept you here? I moved to Tucson when I was an over-achieving but low-funded 18-year-old from Phoenix disgruntled at having to go to U of A rather than some place further. I had a family member who lived there who made it look appealing enough—when I came out to her… Read full this story
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