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Songs of Selah with Scott Thomas Outlar

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Elisabeth Horan is an imperfect creature from Vermont advocating for animals, children and those suffering alone and in pain - especially those ostracized by disability and mental illness. 

She is Editor in Chief at Animal Heart Press, and Co-Editor at Ice Floe Press. She has several chaps and collections out this year including Bad Mommy / Stay Mommy at Fly on the Wall Press, Odd list Odd house Odd me at Twist It Press, Was It R*pe, from Rhythm and Bones Press, Self-Portrait, at Cephalo Press, and Just to the Right of the Stove, with Hedgehog Poetry Press. 

She is a poetry mentor to many up and coming brilliant poets, and proud momma to Peter and Thomas.

She recently earned her MA from SNHU, and her MFA from Lindenwood University. She is a 2018 Pushcart Nominee and a 2018 and 2019 Best of Net Nominee. 

Follow her @ehoranpoet  & ehoranpoet.com

Adedayo Adeyemi Agarau is a documentary photographer and poet from Nigeria. He is the assistant editor at Animal Heart Press and a contributing editor at Barren Magazine. He writes on loss, boy child abuse, and absence. His works have been featured on Gaze, Mojave Heart, Glass-Poetry, Honey & Lime, and elsewhere.

Adedayo Adeyemi Agarau and Elisabeth Horan live very different lives on opposite sides of the world. Yet across the distance, they found each other, and the deep and abiding friendship born of shared trauma and a desire to feel truly seen is here, distilled into these poems. Agarau's stunning photography weaves in and out of the poems, with words and images speaking to each other about love, loss, and what it means to find a friend who truly understands you in the most unexpected of ways.

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