NEW from Blood Pudding Press as of October 2020! – the NEW poetry chapbook, “i saw god cooking children / paint their bones” by john compton!

By Juliet Blood Pudding

The NEW Blood Pudding Press poetry chapbook, “i saw god cooking children / paint their bones” by john compton is NOW NEWLY AVAILABLE in the Blood Pudding Press shop!

22 poems by john compton!

Cover art – Temperature Red – by Mad Cook: Sandra Feen and Photographer: Pete Diehl

Published and hand-designed by Blood Pudding Press!

Take a peek, find out more, read a sample poem, and acquire your very own copy HERE –


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NEW inside The Haunted Dollhouse – The Skeletons Won’t Burn Underwater by Juliet Cook and Martin Willitts Jr!

By Juliet Blood Pudding

Some of Martin Willitts Jr. and Juliet Cook’s skeletons are fracturing The Haunted Dollhouse…


“But I’m not their owner

nor in control of their desire to revitalize.

I underestimate their power

and how angry they feel”


Read more HERE – https://kristingarth.com/pink-plastic-house-a-tiny-journal/the-haunted-dollhouse/

or HERE – https://www.instagram.com/p/CGQurCzB2iO/?utm_source=ig_web_button_share_sheet&fbclid=IwAR00pgU8PxBSza8WooTD4X4vRdNvOaAqx-5P0YQ5MRXCGephvLymB-hyXGo

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NEW! The Kill Your Idols issue of Sein und Werden!

By Juliet Blood Pudding

Appearing in the new Kill Your Idols autumn issue of Sein und Werden is one of Juliet Cook’s Museum of Impending Death poems accompanied by several of Collin J Rae‘s Pandemic Portraits.

Thank you to Rachel Kendall for Sein Und Werden and to Collin J Rae for his wonderful art.


Take a look HERE – Pandemic Portrait by Collin J Rae

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Thank you to those who have read Juliet Cook’s Histrionics Inside My Interior City!

By Juliet Blood Pudding

Thank you very much to those who chose to donate while reading Juliet Cook’s free poetry micro-chapbook,”Histrionics Inside My Interior City” (part of the 2020 Ghost City Press Summer Micro-Chap Series)!

I also truly appreciate people being able to read the collection for free and thank you to all those who read it!

If you haven’t read it yet and think you might be interested in checking it out, you can still do so here – https://ghostcitypress.com/2020-summer-series/histrionics-inside-my-interior-city

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NEW! In Madness Muse Press! One poem by Juliet Cook AND one collaborative poem by j/j hastain and Juliet Cook!

By Juliet Blood Pudding

Welcome to Week #1 of Madness Muse Press created by its new poetry editor, John Compton.


This issue features all kinds of poetry, including “Trapped Animals” by Juliet Cook and a collaborative poem by Cook and j/j hastain , “Reloading Demolished Installation” and other Madness!


Dive in and read some poetic offerings, HERE – https://madnessmusepress.com/2020/09/27/1224/

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A NEW Review of EVIL ME by MISH (Reviewed by Christine Bassaber)

By Juliet Blood Pudding

“Received your book Evil Me in the mail yesterday. Wasn’t planning necessarily on reading since was a “support Eileen” move but put on my coffee table and couldn’t resist opening to first pages—very attractive looking—Read the first poem, and loved!! Second one also!!

After that I have left it on my coffee table to pursue. I’ll continue to update you as I go thru them…I did want to tell you that I really loved the first 2 poems and the book format/appearance in the meantime.”

Christine Bassaber (the author’s sister) about EVIL ME by MISH

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Find out more about EVIL ME and/or acquire your own copy HERE –

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At Old Man’s Cave, Hocking Hills Ohio, September 2020

Sep 13 2020

By Juliet Blood Pudding

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A NEW Review of EVIL ME by MISH (Reviewed by John Yamrus at Cultural Weekly)

Sep 05 2020

By Juliet Blood Pudding

“There was and is something very personal and real about this book. She pretty much tells you that much right up front, with that title – Evil Me – and even those two little words seem to serve double duty. Is she talking about herself? Or, is she forcing the reader to see something dark and black and hidden within their own self?”

part of a review by John Yamrus, for the new Blood Pudding Press poetry chapbook, EVIL ME by MISH (Eileen Murphy)
you can read more of the review in Cultural Weekly, HERE –


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NEW in Mineral Lit Mag – a collaborative poem by Juliet Cook and j/j hastain!

Sep 01 2020

By Juliet Blood Pudding

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“Red neck, blue neck, let’s pin the tail on
the purple. Hit the piñata sporting the face of
a new trajectory attack. Then intervene

by shifting the italics in the opposite direction;
by replacing every other m with a w
and every other man with a wolf.”

in the poem “Falling Down Off the Bar Table”

a collaborative poem by Juliet Cook & j/j hastain,making an appearance in Issue 4.2 of Mineral Lit Mag!

https://www.minerallitmag.com/falling-down-off-the-bar-table-by-juliet-cook-and-8203jj-hastain.html#/
You can read all of Issue 4.2 HERE – https://minerallitmag.com/issue-42.html#/

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EVIL ME by MISH is the NEWEST Blood Pudding Press poetry chapbook!

By Juliet Blood Pudding

“The hardwood is waiting
to hear your keys
jingle,
aching to feel
your footsteps.

If you kill yourself
like you say you will,
the funeral flowers
will turn to seed
and the floors of your apartment
crumble to shards “

in the poem “Note That I Wish I’d Given to My Upstairs Neighbor”, which appears within the new Blood Pudding Press poetry chapbook, “EVIL ME” by MISH

Acquire a copy for yourself or an evil friend from the Blood Pudding Press shop HERE – https://www.etsy.com/listing/842490054/new-evil-me-by-mish-2020-blood-pudding?ref=shop_home_feat_3

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