What Makes a Mean Girl

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Unabashed, depraved and offensive, these poems by Elizabeth Devine tell stories of abuse, mental illness, and fragile attempts to rediscover a connection with humanity. More

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About Elizabeth Devine

Elizabeth is a poet who was first published at the age of 17 in an anthology called Oh Georgia, Too! She has since been published by Mused:BellaOnline Literary Journal, everydaypoets.com and Infernal Ink Magazine. She's also known as former fetish model, wrestler and Dominatrix Eliza Divine. She writes fiction, non-fiction, poetry and more and is about to produce her first self-published poetry anthology via smashwords entitled What Makes a Mean Girl.

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Review by: pescadosq on June 02, 2014 :
"Twist yourself into little
pretzle circles and
dunk your head under the sea.

Breathe deep the salty goodness
until your tongue swells
and drown for me...."

Indeed, those images alone, sends tingles and chills up my spine!

I have just finished reading and been inside the mind of a "Mean Girl". Ms Eliza Devine, a former Dominatrix, fetish model, actress, wrestler, and prolific writer. has written a compelling poetry anthology which underscores and brings to light all the effusive, grimey and grotesque little secrets that we tend to harbor and hide under our perfectly madeup, little beds. Her poems are provocatively dark, disturbing, yet enlightening and acknowledge her many voices which bite, scratch, claw and brawl to be heard above the din of seemingly perfect selfies in our superficial, ideal, tidy circumspect world. Ms Devine's anthology is riveting, gritty and wonderfully unconventional in terms of what one would normally expect to find in a typical, dusty poetry anthology. yet, this anthology is anything but predictable. The triggers alone will have ones head spinning and tumbling into mindfuck central. Once I had picked it up, i had great difficulty releasing it and felt captivated by each snippet and phrase, which seemed to literally drag me across it's pages. Her poems speak of objectification, violence, sadism, use and abuse, and the euphoric feelings of total power exchange manifested over others. Her poetic voices and influences are those which can be innocently, tender and childlike, or jaggedly and mentally disturbing.

Each time I have revisited Her poems, I have learned something new and revealing about myself. take a look at this disturbing page turner . i promise, that it will be an iresistable lure and enticement.

so, check it out.
(reviewed 73 days after purchase)

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