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Book as artefact

Behold: Amal El-Mohtar’s limited edition Honey Month.

Exquisite does not even begin to cover this.

Lovely work, Papaveria Press!

Over at Omnivoracious (did I spell that right?)

Jeff VanderMeer reviews Amal El-Mohtar’s truly lovely The Honey Month.

Amal El-Mohtar’s The Honey Month  from Papaveria Press ranks among 2010’s most exquisite and overlooked treasures. This beautifully illustrated volume of short fictions and poems by El-Mohtar takes as its inspiration the author’s tasting of 28 different kinds of honey, one per day. Each tasting leads to a different literary
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Drive-by: Amal El-Mohtar

Amal El-Mohtar is joint Queen of Goblin Fruit. She’s a poet, writer, and PhD student in Cornwall (a small envious voice in my head screams “Tintagel” every time I think of that, accurately or not). Her short fiction and poetry have been published in places are varied as
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