Book Review: Black Venus Flytrap

by Day Sibley

I met Jeanetta at a poetry slam (give or take six years ago) and was amazed how she naturally commanded the stage with her grace. Of course, this body of poetry didn’t miss a beat. Black Venus Flytrap explores sexuality, heartbreak, growing up, and coming to love your blackness, assault, and being resilient. Jeanetta masters a very distinctive style of tone and imagery. It is euphoric and raw all at the same time. Please click on the provided link below to stay up to date on Jeanetta’s latest projects: Instagram
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Day Sibley

(b. 1992) is a writer and multidisciplinary artist from southern Nevada. She previously served as an extern for the Red Rock Review-Journal at CSN, and was the secretary for the Blue Sage Writers at NSC. She is the founding editor of Dream Noir magazine. Her work is published in Heart of Flesh Lit, Unstamatic, Nevada Humanities, Agape Review, Salamander Ink, Coffee Wine & Words and more.





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