Gnashing Teeth Publishing

| words that get in your teeth

where to read us

we love libraries. while the libraries of our youth may have been considered quiet dusty places with harsh librarians hushing children, libraries are now vibrant places where anyone can walk in and find community.

we want to encourage that vitality, and now through march we invite you to talk to your librarian about our anthology. just have your librarian contact us through our online form and ask about a free copy of the anthology. we will be selecting libraries in underserved areas to receive a copy in anticipation of national poetry month in april.

and if you make your way down to the texas coast, stop by aransas county public library. our librarians would love to see you.

black and white photo of woman in black clothes with her back to the camera, wearing a white knit cap standing in the snow in front of trees

Feijoa Dreams by Ana Martinez

Things that didn’t stop the car bomb from going off near my grandmother’s house: A gentle childhood nestled with tucked-in nightly prayers and teddy bear kisses, framed by high ceiling

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When Did I Know? by Maple Scoresby

As long as I can remember, every star that shot across the sky, every birthday candle I blew out, came with the silent wish that I would wake the next

crow in flight

The Crows Remember by Alex Grehy

My grandfather once shot a crow for the simple crime of stealing peas – he hung the body from the canes as a warning to the others. Already dressed in

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