let it rip, by Jess Chua-Print Books-Bottlecap Press

let it rip, by Jess Chua

FG icon
Jess Chua
Regular price
Sale price
Shipping calculated at checkout.

Poetry, chapbook, 24 pages, from Bottlecap Features.

let it rip showcases the implosion of relationships that aren’t meant to be. It’s about peeling off the band-aid from a relationship that has run its course. It’s also an ode to the freedom we gain from truths we learn through heartbreak.

Ambiguous boundaries, unrequited love, and examining the substance of a relationship are threads interwoven throughout this collection. Take it as an invitation to sing, weep, and commiserate in between these pages of love, lust, and ill-fated romances.

Jess Chua’s debut poetry chapbook takes a deep dive into the breakup experience, breaking down years of turmoil and turbulence with clean precision.

Excerpts from the chapbook have appeared in Musepaper.org and The Five-Two.

“A collection of raw, honest, and vulnerable poems.”
-Shloka Shankar, Founding Editor of Yavanika Press

“Jess’s poems are seductive, stylish, and surprising.”
-Gerald So, editor at The Five-Two weekly crime poetry site

“A dark and completely relatable theme.”
-Dennis M. (reader)

Jess Chua is an award-winning writer and sketch artist. Her work has appeared in 34th Parallel Magazine, cha journal, and Mystery Tribune. Her essay “The One” won a Musepaper Prize from New Millennium Writings. Ruminations of romantic low points resulted in her first chapbook. Jess has an 8th house Venus in Scorpio and plans to eventually complete a horror short story collection. Her website is jesschua.com