Melissa Lozada-Oliva – “My Hair Stays on Your Pillow Like a Question Mark”

 

Performing at her book release in Minneapolis.

“Imagine being as gross as you fear?? Imagine the things that shed from you turning into something that survives the apocalypse??”

Don’t miss this fantastic poem from Melissa Lozada-Oliva, featuring at her book release party at Icehouse in Minneapolis.

Make sure to check out Melissa’s new book, PELUDA, now available!

Send us your poems! The 2017 Button Poetry Chapbook Contest is now open for submissions. November 15th – January 5th, 2017-2018. Check out the full information and guidelines for the contest here!

While you’re here, head over to the Button store to check out our books and merch, including books by Neil Hilborn, Olivia Gatwood, Hanif Abdurraqib, Jacqui Germain, Aaron Coleman, Donte Collins, William Evans, our newest release from Rudy Francisco, and more!

 

Surprise! We got a free e-book for you check it out