Kittie Belltree reviews
How to Carry Fire
by Christina Thatcher and The Black Place by Tamar Yoseloff
Take what those flames
can give you. Feel the heat enter your stomach.
Stay wary now. You must never let the light
go out. Keep it lit until you learn to glow
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Kittie Belltree’s debut poetry collection, Sliced Tongue and Pearl Cufflinks (2019), is published by Parthian and her short fiction has been anthologised by Honno. She works as a Specialist Tutor for neuro-diverse students at Aberystwyth University where she is also completing a PhD on poetry and trauma.