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Beacon Mercantile

Animal, Vegetable, Mineral- collected poems

$14.95

Beacon Mercantile

Animal, Vegetable, Mineral- collected poems

$14.95

Fact: I fell in love with and married Benjamin Harnett for his mind and poetry. 

After years of begging Ben to self-publish at least some of his work, he succumbed to my incessant creative nagging and dropped a lovely collected volume of three poetry chapbooks written from 2016-2020 ‘Animal’, ‘Vegetable’, and ‘Mineral’. I highly recommend making a cup of tea and curling up somewhere quiet, sunny, and cozy to enjoy this collection to the fullest.

120 page signed copy 

100% of your purchase goes directly to the author

Benjamin Harnett is a poet, fiction writer, historian, and digital engineer. His poetry has appeared recently in Poet Lore, Saranac Review, Juked, and ENTROPY, and forthcoming in SLANT and the Evansville Review. His short-story "Delivery" was Longform's Story of the Week. He was shortlisted for the Bridport Prize in Poetry and has been nominated for a Pushcart. He lives in Beacon, NY with his wife Toni and a menagerie of eccentric pets. He works for The New York Times.