“Poems that eat at you sadly and politely. Poems that will comb your hair after they stab you. Very human, and risky.” —Ofelia Hunt
Stacey Teague (Ngāti Maniapoto) is a poet and embroiderer from New Zealand. She has a full length poetry collection, takahē (Scrambler Books, 2014, out of print) and an e-chapbook not a causal solitude (Ghost City Press, 2016). She is current poetry editor for Scum Mag. In 2018, she was shortlisted for the Judith Wright Poetry Prize for New and Emerging Poets. In 2019, she completed her Masters in Creative Writing at the International Institute of Modern Letters.
Cover art by Kelly Schirmann. Interior layout by Sam Wieck.
This book was originally published in paperback form by Scrambler Books in 2014. Poetry. Paperback edition ISBN: 978-0-578-14587-7. It is no longer available in print.