Author: Casey Lucas

  • One must imagine Sisyphus shredded

    One must imagine Sisyphus shredded

    From one of Casey Lucas’s favourite Romantic paintings this poem was birthed. It is about “looking at beautiful stuff, and subtly about my own frustrations with how both hiking and this painting are frequently used to convey MOTIVATIONAL FITNESS MESSAGES instead of just being about appreciating a beautiful thing.”

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  • Audition by Pip Adam

    Audition by Pip Adam

    Pip Adam’s newest book, ‘Audition’ sent Casey Lucas into fervor from which she birthed a review, immediately deleted it and penned this, newer, different review. Read through to get a glimpse of exactly why she did that.

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  • I am Drunk at Soul Shack Again

    I am Drunk at Soul Shack Again

    “You get asked why so many of your poems end that way. And you’re like, ‘oh, am I the vore girl? Is that my thing now?’ “

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  • Scarecrow Season

    Scarecrow Season

    Let your pretenses unfurl line by line in this disarming poem by new featured writer Casey Lucas.

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In a dream, you saw a way to survive, and you were filled with joy.


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