Eating Alone At Chipotle, by Carmen E. Brady

Eating Alone At Chipotle, by Carmen E. Brady

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Prose poetry about how people should make you nervous, and you're one of them. Mid range chain restaurants, mountains, phones, the way it falls apart or stays the same, whatever. This world just keeps happening and so do these conceptions of self and others and self as others and other things. 

Eating Alone At Chipotle is poetic prose across a lake with you standing on one side, and
Carmen E. Brady is standing on the other. Brady writes about depression and failed
relationships as all tender things should be written about, gently yet honestly.

Excerpts:

Morning Soliloquy (Electric Cereal)

Bottomless Salad and Breadsticks, 2E, and Actual Time (Potluck Magazine) 

 21 pages, Chapbook