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.
When you're not writing, how do you spend your time?
I spend my time reading, modeling, raising chickens, partaking in activism, or being reclusive away from a world that doesn't value human life.
How do you discover the ebooks you read?
I read more physical books than ebooks. I do have a Nook, and sometimes I read on it when I remember to charge it.
A series of four poetry anthologies that express issues of rape, sexual trauma, exploitation, dehumanization, and trying to find a way back to feeling human after encountering any of the above. All anthologies include artwork by photographers and mixed media artists.
Women face and internalize dangers and aggression every day. A lot of people place blame on them for how they may choose to react to the treatment they receive. Read this fictional story of one broken soul told with poems depicting multiple true stories and you might begin to understand the choices women are given: to remain silent, to become a recluse, or to become a Man Eater.