Gnashing Teeth Publishing

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Reconstruction of a Human Trafficking Survivor,2024 by Elizabeth Gade

visual poem words on a graphic backgrond

Elizabeth Gade (b. 1987)

Reconstruction Of A Human Trafficking Survivor, 2024

Mixed Media Visual Poem (magazine, paper, marker, foraged dried butterfly wings, duck feather)

$100

5 x 7 inches

Instagram: @ElizabethGadeThePoet @SurvivedToWrite

ElizabethGadeThePoet@gmail.com

Elizabeth Gade is a rural Minnesota based poet, human trafficking survivor and advocate. Writing is her radical way to connect with fellow survivors. Her poems appear in Lindenwood Review, The Elevation Review, Exist Otherwise & many more. She is creator of Survived To Write, a writing circle for survivors. Her debut poetry collection “Fawn and Freeze” and creative writing workbook “Survived To Write” are both available for purchase on Amazon. Her second poetry collection “Shame Wrangler” is due to release June 12th 2024 with a launch party & book signing at the Ely Folk School in Ely, MN.

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