Poetry, chapbook, 28 pages, from Bottlecap Features.
Love and plastic. Cables and gore. Job-hunting at the end of it all; hungry for nothing. What are you becoming, and can you control your newfound impulses? Pull up a chair and try not to look over the horizon. There's a place waiting for you at the WORLD’S END FEAST.
Anxious, dark, and tender, this chapbook traverses the mire of the late Anthropocene to spy on the harms we inflict on each other, and ourselves. The scenery is in a state of entropic growth. Body horror is the road we travel. And at the end of the journey? Not death, but transformation.
Auzin is a writer from the Pacific Northwest. With over two dozen publications since 2020, she has also published two chapbooks, and was nominated for a Pushcart Best of the Net Prize in 2022. She worked previously as an editor at Hecate Magazine, Wrong Publishing, the Jupiter Review, and Longleaf Review. Auzin was awarded an Outpost residency in 2023. More of her work can be viewed at byauzin.com.