Kristin LaFollette

Kristin LaFollette

About Kristin LaFollette

Kristin LaFollette received her BA and MA in English and creative writing from Indiana University. She is a PhD student at Bowling Green State University studying English, rhetoric and writing, and women's, gender, and sexuality studies. Her poems have been featured in West Trade Review, Poetry Quarterly, Lost Coast Review, Slipstream Press, The Light Ekphrastic, The Main Street Rag, River Poets Journal, among others. She also has artwork featured in Harbinger Asylum, Plath Profiles: An Interdisciplinary Journal for Sylvia Plath Studies, Pretty Owl Poetry, Spry Literary Journal. She lives with her husband in northwestern Ohio.


Autumnal Cannibalism

The trouble, the issue in the system like clockwork, every orange October. Comfort is a pillow in his back, unlike a dentist pulling. A tooth— foggy, purple in his gaze. Nothing. Can I do nothing? Blood. Black bile, the yellow …

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