Next up in our new anthology series Peach Mixes is That's So Me: Self-ish Mix, edited by Sasha Debevec-McKenney! This pink little pocketbook is full of pieces of art and literature that "stop to look at themselves in every mirror," writes Sasha in an editor's note that prefaces the collection. Preorder your copy for the discounted price of $10 and be on the lookout later this month for news on a virtual launch!
That's So Me: Self-ish Mix republishes poetry, fiction, creative nonfiction, and visual art by Peach contributors Sasha Debevec-Mckenney, aeon ginsberg, Alana M. Kelley, Alexandra Wuest, Claire Denson, dennison ty schultz, Dessa Bayrock, Emilie Lafleur, Fullamusu Bangura, Gabrielle Grace Hogan, Gion Davis, Greg Zorko, imogen xtian smith, Jen Frantz, June Gehringer, Oliver Scialdone, Phoebe Lee, Rose Zinnia, Sarah Helen Bates, Taylor Yocom, and zach blackwood. It is accompanied by an introductory editor's note on "self-ish" work by Sasha Debevec-McKenney.
Sasha Debevec-McKenney is a poet. Her poems have appeared in The Yale Review, Nashville Review, Peach Mag, Poem-A-Day, Underblong, TriQuarterly, Granta, and elsewhere. She was the 2020-2021 Jay C. and Ruth Halls Poetry Fellow at the University of Wisconsin Institute for Creative Writing and she received her MFA from NYU. She was born in Hartford, Connecticut.
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 Mix, Worlds in Which: Speculative Mix edited by Fargo Nissim Tbakhi, was released earlier this year in June.
Peach Mixes are partly funded by a Dec Grant from the New York State Council on the Arts, administered locally by Arts Services Inc. Mixes are also produced in partnership with Just Buffalo Literary Center.