by Keana Aguila Labra
Publication Date: 26 May 2020
Nightingale & Sparrow Press
Natalie is reflection & introspection after sudden loss. While this loss is sudden to the speaker, in reality, the subject, Natalie, has been dead for two years. Grappling with grief & the bitterness of not knowing, Natalie is overall an ode of love dedicated to a young, bright woman taken from the world way before her time.
A portion of all profits from the sale of this microchapbook will be donated to Trans Lifeline.
This tiny book contains several 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.
Each copy is uniquely hand-crafted/folded; because of this, some uneven edges do occur. We think it gives them more character!
About the Author
Keana Aguila Labra (she/her) is a review writer, poet, essayist, & columnist residing in the San Francisco Bay Area. She is also the Editor-in-Chief of the online literary magazine, Marías at Sampaguitas. She examines literature & media through a feminist lens & cultural awareness. Knowing the importance of representation, her work is evidence that Filipinx Americans are present in the literary world. She may be found reading, watching anime, or writing in her journal. Her favorite genres are thrillers, science fiction, mysteries, & Westerns.