Letters to Petrarch, published by Unicorn Press in 2015, is a handmade hardback chapbook. These epistolary poems respond to the work of Francesco Petrarca, the 14th-century Italian poet. In a series of letters and prayers corresponding to the canonical hours, this book recounts a single day and meditates on young love and loss.
Still, Finishing Line Press 2015
Chapbook release: September 11, 2015
"Logen Cure’s Still draws inspiration from Eros, whom she keenly argues is never eclipsed by the routines of our days. The dynamic energy in these poems derives from an ongoing battle—a uniquely human battle—between the rational and the feral. I’m grateful to Cure for her stark honesty and wit; for poems reminding us that our hearts are nutritious and must be eaten raw."
– David Roderick, author of The Americans
Cover art by Peter Meilleur
Logen Cure “report[s] on life with very crisp, direct narrative language yet achieves a level of power that shakes a reader in a way that simply can’t be logically explained.” – Mongo, host of IndieFeed: Performance Poetry podcast
The Make it Memorable EP features eight spoken word pieces and a live track. Some of these poems (sometimes in different versions) have appeared in various publications, including IndieFeed: Performance Poetry, Big River Poetry Review, Brusque Magazine, and the Houston Poetry Fest anthology. The EP also features some new, never-before-seen poems
Cover art by JeFF Stumpo