"Epiphanies, Unnoticed" is a collection of poems that comes from the realization that no one can see how a person's mind works from the outside. This is an attempt at retroactive translation in three parts: "Spare," "Part," and "Nostalgia."
Lauren Yates is a Philadelphia-based poet and a recent graduate of the University of Pennsylvania. While at Penn, Lauren directed its premier performance poetry collective The Excelano Project. In 2012, she coached Penn's slam poetry team to third place at the Wade-Lewis Poetry Slam Invitational.
Lauren's work has appeared in APIARY, Emerge, Eunoia, FRiGG, Marco Polo, The Bakery, and The Legendary. In addition to writing poetry, Lauren enjoys baking quiche, belly dancing, and pontificating on the merits of tentacle erotica. "Epiphanies, Unnoticed" is her first book.
Publish Date February 01, 2013
DimensionsTrade 54 pgs
Black and White printing (on cream uncoated paper)