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Thanatophobia, by Amber Moss

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Poetry, chapbook, 20 pages, from Bottlecap Features.

Thanatophobia explores the complex intersection of mortality, spirituality, identity, and trauma through a series of poignant poems that delve into the depths of human experience. From prayers whispered in desperation to the haunting echoes of stillborn dreams, each poem in this chapbook offers a raw and introspective look at the fear of death and the search for meaning in the face of adversity.

Thanatophobia is a haunting and evocative exploration of the human condition, offering readers a glimpse into the depths of fear, longing, and hope that define our shared humanity. Through its powerful imagery and lyrical prose, the chapbook invites readers to confront their own fears and uncertainties, while also finding solace in the enduring power of faith, resilience, and connection.

Amber Moss is a writer and editor from Atlanta. She holds a Bachelor's degree in English and a Master's degree in marketing. She is the author of two full-length poetry collections and two chapbooks. Amber’s work touches on family, culture, loss, trauma, and healing. Her poetry has been published in Alan Squire Publishing, Little Rose Magazine, Liminality Magazine, Poetry Super Highway, and others.