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                    Coming January 22nd!

 

Liquid Cat Books proudly presents "Everything I Miss(ed) At Home," by Buddah Desmond. This unique and moving collection of poetry is about home. Home is more than a place. More than where you live. It’s both tangible and intangible. Literal and proverbial. It can be temporary or long-lasting. But all in all, home is a necessity. Home is essential. 

 

Reflections remind us of all we loved, all we cherished, all we lost, all we gained, all we took for granted, and all we miss(ed). One thing’s for sure, when we’re home—everything will make sense again. Everything will feel right in the world again. 

 

"Everything I Miss(ed) At Home" by Buddah Desmond releasing January 22, 2023 on our website and Amazon!

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PRE ORDER OPEN NOW! 

THE MORTALITY SHOT

by Julia Lee Barclay-Morton. THE MORTALITY SHOT is an upcoming hybrid collection of stories, essays, and experimental stage text that meditates directly or indirectly on mortality. Julia wrote the earlier work in the
collection about grieving others' deaths; more recent pieces include facing her own mortality thanks to long-haul COVID complications that landed her in the hospital.

LIQUID CAT QUARTERLY

Our first Quarterly! An excellent arrangement of new poetry, short stories, and art from upcoming talent. Submissions open until July 30th!

MASON'S 8TH @ ZOOTECH

AVAILABLE IN OUR SHOP NOW!

A riveting science fiction novel about Ricky Ensler, who once passionately mapped out a life in environmental studies and activism, throws his son Mason an elaborate 8th birthday party. Ricky, now a venture capitalist in a near future where animals are all but extinct, finds himself unraveling on the eve of the festivities. As Ricky reflects on his past ambitions and the romance that sparked them, he tumbles simultaneously through a decade of difficult memories and a handful of shaky hours in his present. When Mason decides to bring home a robotic tiger, Ricky finds himself losing touch with his son as profoundly as he lost touch with his youthful passions and the greatest love of his life

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