About Lynn-Cee Faulk
Lynn-Cee Faulk has been obsessed with reading and writing for as long as they could read and
write. Reading supplied a window to the world outside of their small farming community in south
Georgia and a road map to a way of being other than what their disordered upbringing provided.
They still believe in the power of the written word to change lives. As a writer, poetry was their
first love and they have released three poetry publication: Confessions: Micropoetry on Love, Loss,
Longing and A Pound of Pale Winter Blues, and Blood on the Vine.
Blood on the Vine
January 21, 2021
Check out the latest collection of poetry by Lynn-Cee Faulk. This is their third poetry release.
Dream Journal -
the fight I had with the part of myself that wore your face, interrupted by a crowd of children, fingers heavy with gold and jewels, who made us laugh and forget
Confessions: Micropoetry on Love, Loss, and Longing
January 22, 2022
A small collection of micropoetry written between 2018 and 2019 on matters of the heart: the joys, the despairs, and the undying hope that, maybe, this time things will be different.
A Pound of Pale Winter Blues
January 20, 2020
A small collection of poetry written between 2018 and 2020. These poems pull the shadows into the light and take an unflinching look at vulnerability, jealousy, childhood wounds, and human frailty.
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I am a disabled nonbinary artist that creates art full time and we all know how that tends to pay. Any donations would go towards my medications, my doctor's appointments, and generally supporting me. Thank you from the bottom of my heart for your generosity.