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Birthing Monsters: An Interview With Jessica McHugh

Hello Friends and Fiends- Today in the Madhouse, I'm excited to welcome back Jessica McHugh for a chat about her debut black-out poetry collection: A Complex Accident of Life . Inspired by Mary Shelley's Frankenstein, McHugh combines visual art and text to create 52 pieces of Gothic blackout poetry exploring the intense passion, enigmatic nature, and transformative pleasure of life viewed through the kaleidoscopic lens of a female horror artist. If you haven't picked up a copy of the book yet, I truly cannot recommend it enough, and if you want to see my review on the collection, you can check it out here . As per usual, links for the book as well as blurbs to further entice you will be listed after the interview. So with that said, grab your tea, your spare body parts, and get ready to dive into the McHughniverse because it's time to stitch together bodies and make some horror. With scissors and scalpels, Stephanie M. Wytovich SMW :  Tell us about your book. What gav