Where’d You Put the Keys Girl by Amanda Oaks (Free Tori Amos Inspired Chapbook)

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Cover Art by Alexandra Eldridge

Where’d You Put the Keys Girl
by Amanda Oaks

Tori Amos inspired chapbook: a homage to Tori & her revolutionary art, where a handful of songs were chosen from her first four albums & made into erasure poems & each of the erasure poems have an original sister poem & the title of that sister poem is a short lyric from the song. The collection is sectioned off by album.

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On Spotify? Here’s a playlist with all of the songs in the book on it & in order!

If you’re not on Spotify, click here for the YouTube playlist!

Amanda Oaks is the founding editor of Words Dance Publishing, an independent press, literary blog + biweekly online poetry journal. Her works have appeared in numerous online & print publications, including decomP, Stirring, Glamour, Elle, Parenting, & Artful Blogging. She is the author of two poetry collections: Hurricane Mouth (NightBallet Press, 2014) & her co-authored split book, I Eat Crow (Words Dance, 2014). Mama of two boys & a multi-passionate artist, she lives in rural western Pennsylvania, where she attempts to adult but is pretty lame at it. She digs dancing & poems that bloody her mouth just to kiss it clean. Connect with her @ AmandaOaks.com

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