Elizabeth Barrette (ysabetwordsmith) wrote,
Elizabeth Barrette
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Serial Poetry Collections

I'm in the process of updating serial poetry collections that will be available for K-fans.  So far I have completed:

Path of the Paladins Vol. 2 (74 pages; 12,496 words)
This one has 8 new poems from 2019, largely thanks to [personal profile] satsuma who often sponsors poems in this series.  The paladins work to restore their world.

Monster House (196 pages; 33,949 words)
This only has a couple new poems from 2019.  It's one of my oldest series, dating back to the housing crisis of 2008, the year the Fishbowl became a paying project.

Frankenstein's Family (412 pages; 88,445 words)
There are 4 new poems here from 2019, including the climax of the hunter plotline.

An Army of One: The Autistic Secession in Space (370 pages; 71,573 words)
Here you'll find 3 new poems from 2019, touching on neurodiversity and sex/gender variations.

Arts and Crafts America (41 pages; 5,716 words)
New this year with 15 poems so far is a series about a more creative and constructive America.  

Fiorenza the Wisewoman (192 pages; 40,113 words)
This series has 2 new poems from 2019, featuring an Italian herbalist.

The Steamsmith (172 pages; 36,744 words)
There are 3 new poems from 2019, including some big family news.

The Moon Door (103 pages; 19,241 words)
There is only 1 new poem from 2019, but this is the first time I'm offering this collection about a women's chronic pain group treating their problems with lycanthropy.

Clay of Life (46 pages; 8,458 words)
There is only 1 new poem from 2019, but this is the first time I'm offering this collection of Jewish fantasy.

A Conflagration of Dragons (58 pages; 11,017 words)
There is only 1 new poem from 2019, but this is the first time I'm offering this collection in a world overrun by dragons.

Hart's Farm (119 pages, 25,869 words)
There are 3 new poems from 2019, and this is the first time I'm offering this collection of Swedish historic fantasy about a free-love commune.

One God's Story of Mid-Life Crisis (121 pages, 21,481 words)
There are 3 new poems from 2019, and this is the first time I'm offering this collection about how the God of Evil becomes the God of Drunks.

P.I.E. (94 pages, 20.287 words)
There is only 1 new poem from 2019, but this is the first time I'm offering this collection about a paranormal investigator who uses a wheelchair.


Not all the series pages are up-to-date on the websites, but they can give you an idea of what's in each series. 


EDIT 1/20/20: I have finished going through the series and these are all the ones that will be offered as year-end perks for 2019.
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