Three Words follows the rise and (amicable) fall of a relationship, and all of the feelings that come along with it.
Boleyn gives new life to the story of one of England’s most famous queens.
Juliette Sebock’s How My Cat Changed My Life and Other Poems describes the poet’s transformative relationship with the tabby cat who came into her life at a critical time and saved her.
My poem, Synonyms of Springtime Surrender, appears in Bone & Ink Press’ Bruce Springsteen anthology, Shut Down Strangers & Hot Rod Angels.
Micro is a microchapbook of micropoems by Juliette Sebock. This tiny book contains 10 short poems and measures approximately 2.125 x 2.75 inches. Each book is handmade and numbered, representing its place in the limited 100-copy run.
Two of my poems appear in War Crimes Against the Uterus, an anthology published by Wide Eyes Publishing on 1 June 2019.
My poems “Fracture(s)(d),” “Scaredy-‘Fraidy-Post-Traumatic-Stress Cat,” and “Grief for Sale” appeared in Fevers of the Mind, Volume 1.
My poem, “Holding His Own,” was published in the She Will Speak Series: Gender Based Violence anthology.
My poem, “Broken Bodies, Broken Hearts” was published in Reclaim: An Anthology of Women’s Poetry.
Two of my poems are published in the Pennsylvania Bards Northeast Poetry Review, which will be launched on 26 April.