Karie McNeley is a poet, artist, and student from Lakewood, CA. Her poetry has been published in several small-press zines both in the US and the UK, including Carnival, Crack the Spine, PEARL, East Jasmine Review, Tears in the Fence, and more. She is a managing editor for Bank-Heavy Press, a small-press publishing group founded in 2011 and located in Long Beach, CA. Her first chapbook, Sugar-Rushed, was released in August 2012. She hopes that one day poets and cats will rule the world side by side, that pizza will be the most desired currency, and that the language of the land will be bubble-speak.
Poetry on Cadence Collective: August 14th, The apples on this tree, Calliope, When You’re Low, the igneous palms of California, The Return of The Wheel, a frenzy of spins and suds, Alcohol Proof Girl, We Both Know It’s Over, Stealing “Most Unique” From The Emo Girls, Scarlet In Darkness, Your Greys Your Grays Your Graze Your Grace, Kisses with Strangers