Falling Out Of Love And Other Existential Quandaries

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Trumbullplex says
Some words for you.

Patience Young

"What better way to celebrate a birthday than creating unnessacary projects and becoming physically ill with the anticipation of you all gazing upon me." Patience says about the two books she has chosen to release on this day. Introducing: Still Untitled Poetry Compilation #2 and How to Fall Out of Love. Critics acclaim:

"So fresh it hasn't even dropped yet."
"Guarenteed to keep you warm at night."
"It sucks."

Julia Eff

Julia Eff has been making zines since 2005, originally working out of their bedroom in Nowhere, MI but now from the bowels of Detroit. Their art aims to celebrate the stuff that makes being alive worth it while also unleashing the bitterness that comes with trying to stay hopeful in a shit-soaked world. Julia loves Myspace-era nostalgia, cuts and pastes everything by hand, and drinks way too much coffee. They were on public access TV one time and their book, Every Thug Is A Lady: Adventures Without Gender, was published last year by Pioneers Press. Having achieved all their previous goals in life, their new goal is to put a drive-thru infoshop in this abandoned Chinese restaurant on Grand River.


J Oleary

j is a non binary and queer ~writer~ whose themes often revolve around trauma, growth, relationships, and sadness. they are currently living in detroit but are moving to atx and this is their first time sharing their writing.

Rachel Scullion

Her poetry debut: on reclaiming her sexual agency and emotional well-being through sluthood, post abuse and trauma.

Detroit home grown wordsmith weaving personal and poetic truths into the state of humanity for our lucky ears. Published and travel, Tashi is currently focusing on school and the home she owns in Detroit.

Wow that's one hell of a line up.
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