This is a PDF download of the book only. For more purchase options, please visit Shop Catalog.
"Bloodline is an intimate and beautiful look at relationships and healing, it will evoke a thousand emotions in you. Ari Eastman's brave insight on survival, woven with magic and mythos, makes this book a must-read.”—Nikita Gill, author of Your Soul is a River
About the Book
In her third poetry collection, Ari Eastman takes us through a very personal journey of growing up, loss, love, and surviving it all. This book is a must-read for anyone who has experienced tremendous grief. Eastman has put together a book that not only exposes the bruises so many of us face, but also one that kisses those same sore spots. Heartbreaking, brutally honest, and surprisingly hopeful, “Bloodline” is a collection that will stay with you long after reading.
About Ari Eastman
Ari Eastman is a spoken word poet, writer, and mental health activist. Her work has been featured in Thought Catalog, The Rising Phoenix Review, and Words Dance Publishing. She is also the author of two other collections of poetry. She currently resides in California and enjoys crying to old Buffy The Vampire Slayer episodes.
Follow Ari on Social Media
About the Publisher
Thought Catalog Books is a publishing house owned by The Thought & Expression Company, an independent media group based in Brooklyn, New York. Founded in 2010, we are committed to facilitating thought and expression. We exist to help people become better communicators and listeners in order to engender a more exciting, attentive, and imaginative world. Follow us on Instagram or check out the website.
We are standing by to help you: firstname.lastname@example.org.
You've purchased this product
See it in your libraryView in Library
We charged your card and sent you a receipt
You'll need an account to access this in our app. Please create a password to continue.
Download from the App Store or text yourself a link to the app
Good news! Since you already have a Gumroad account, it's also been added to your library.