Next up in our new anthology series Peach Mixes is Something Right Here: Un/natural Mix, edited by Hazel Avery! This rhododendron-red little pocketbook is full of poems that engage aspects of the natural world and how we relate to it in surprising and subversive ways—work that reimagines what the "nature" poem can and should be. Preorder your copy for the discounted price of $10, and be on the lookout for news of a virtual launch later this month.
Something Right Here: Un/natural Mix republishes work by Peach contributors aja moore, Angie Sijun Lou, Ash Davida Jane, Caroline Rayner, Carolyn Supinka, Erin Taylor, Julie Chen, Kirby Wilson, Liz Bowen, magda manning, Maggie Hart, Manahil Bandukwala, Mitali Khanna Sharma, Morgan Boyle, olga mikolaivna, s.g. maldonado-vélez, Salem Commander, Sanna Wani, Urvi Kumbhat, and Woogee Bae.
Something Right Here: Un/natural Mix will be out later this summer, when we'll celebrate with a virtual launch party/reading hosted by Peach and Hazel. In the meantime, you can preorder your copy for the discounted price of $10 (retail $12), or you can bundle it with our other two Peach Mixes for $25 (retail $36).
Hazel Avery is a poet. You can find her work online and in her book, number one earth, out from Metatron Press. Abolish the police.
In Peach Mixes, we invite previous Peach contributors to edit themed pocketbook-length anthologies from a mix of the 500+ poetry, fiction, creative nonfiction, and visual art features we've published in our online journal since 2016. Our first two Mixes, Worlds in Which: Speculative Mix edited by Fargo Nissim Tbakhi and That's So Me: Self-ish Mix edited by Sasha Debevec-McKenney, were released last year.