ISBN: 979-8-3507-3297-9
By: Crouse, Tripp


In "Golem," the reader dives into a world where the boundaries between life and death blur, where the agony of heartbreak mingles with the eerie resurrection of the soul. This chapbook weaves a tapestry of haunting verses, exploring the dark and enigmatic themes of mortality and rebirth in a journey through the shadowy corridors of existence, where the ephemeral nature of life is juxtaposed with the eternal cycle of decay and revival.


Tripp Crouse

tripp j crouse (they/them) is niizh manidoowag (Two-Spirit) Ojibwe, an enrolled member of the Lac Courte Oreilles Band of Lake Superior Chippewa. tripp serves as a poetry reader for Anomalous Press, or ANMLY, and has poetry published or forthcoming in The Yellow Medicine Review, oddball magazine, Grassroots, Zygote in My Coffee, Words & Whispers, beestung, Rising Phoenix Review, Tidal Echoes, Red String Literary Magazine, Grimsy Literary Magazine, Mystic Owl Magazine, Ink & Marrow and Barzakh Magazine. their first chapbook, For Every Dead Buffalo, is published by Bottlecap Press (2024). tripp is the author of the poetry zines oolichonone (2023) and The Duel (2024). Originally from the Midwest, tripp now calls Dzantik’i Heeni (Juneau, Alaska) home.