Poetry Book: SINK – Poetry from the Fire Swamp

Publication Date for Soft Cover / paperback March 31, 2024

We are proud to announce the publication of the first poetry book for the Salaterre collaboration. The book will be available on Amazon on March 31, 2024.

The book will be available in Hard Cover, paperback and Kindle. The photgraphy in the book is by Storey Tarris UK

Cover for Sink – Poetry from the Fire Swamp

Month 3 / Week 9 of Poetry Collaboration for Publication – Salaterre – 52 Week Collaboration

The third month of poetry is underway on Salaterre

Below is one of the poems by Emmy Horstkamp and the collab photograph by Storey Tarris UK.

The collaboration, between the writer and artist, has a collection of photographs photographed each day and three to five poems written per day. The website, Salaterre.com, shares some of the collaborative art pieces for this 52 week project based on the topic of commuting.

The poetry/art book scheduled for publication will contain a poem for each day and an art piece created for that day. The collaboration is on week 9/52.

A mist rising, doors closing, sun beams relaying.
Monday started.
Evaporating with the morning, spring arrives.
Year's week nine.
Storey Tarris UK – Commuter Series – March 4, 2024 (Monday)

Storyean / Infinite / Emmy Horstkamp / January 8, 2024 / SE7

8 - Every single thing today is new to normals
7 - Vivid recollections, retained through mind's eye impression
6 - Entire orbits existing, stretching years - linking
5 - Run to fallout range.
4 - Yield, circuit limit scaled.
3 - Total sweep measured.
2 - Humdinger shattered.
1 - Infinite...
2 - No Joke
3 - Grandness gaudiness smash-up.
4 - complete defacement goal accomplished.
5 - Limitless zaps zapped; zappers waste-of-space.
6 - Absolute extinquishment of interest and certainty.
7 - Straight out savage men - monstrous and barbaric.
8 - Scattered signals expressing contemptible thoughts of the second-rates.

Poem by Emmy Horstkamp8/1/2024 - 7 years of torture
Poem Collection – Seven years of torture by Emmy Horstkamp