Telomeres
by Nicole Oquendo

Nicole Oquendo is a multi-modal author, whose work straddles multiple genres while dodging easy classification as any one thing. Telomeres is part poetic interpretation, part memoir-in-verse, part familial transcription of PTSD, addiction, and the family heirloom that is trauma. Telomeres is unlike anything you’ve ever read before, a hybrid work brimming with harrowing, haunting complexity and raw humanness that will leave its mark etched upon readers.

Experimental poetry
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About the author

Nicole Oquendo is a writer, educator, and editor interested in multimodal compositions and translations of nonfiction and poetry. She is a member of the Sundress Publications Board of Directors, as well as an Assistant Editor for Flaming Giblet Press, the Nonfiction Editor of The Florida Review, and the Nonfiction Editor of the annual Best of the Net anthology. Her essays and poetry can be found in CutBank, DIAGRAM, fillingStation, Gulf Stream, and The Southeast Review, among others. She is the author of the chapbooks some prophets (2015, Finishing Line Press) and self is wolf (2015, dancing girl press), the hybrid memoir Telomeres (forthcoming, Zoetic Press), and the visual poetry collection we, animals (forthcoming, Lucky Bastard Press).

Praise for Telomeres

Telemeres is a book of bravery. Oquendo is willing to walk into great mystery and come back with a record of what she found.
Letitia Ann Trent, author of Echo Lake, One Perfect Bird, You Aren't in this Movie, and others.
Nicole Oquendo’s work is a creative adventure for both poet and reader, one that pushes boundaries and explores the interior of the relationship between author and audience.
Allie Marini, author of Southern Cryptozoology: A Field Guide to Beasts of the Southern Wild, co-editor, Lucky Bastard Press
There is an empathetic wisdom to be found in Telemores; these incredible essays will stay with you long after you put the book down.
William Bradley, author of Fractals