No. 8: Ella Longpre

No. 8: Ella Longpre

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No. 8, Ella Longpre's Apocalune, A Separation Cosmology, is “the diaphane between revelation and revolution, a very thin, very heavy curtain. Here is where sadness, reconstruction, misery, and relief tearstain the pages of dismembered books. Here is distraught revelry, ecstatic empathy, and selfemptying. Here is a sky of mirrored light."

Longpre's visionary recovery text is a turning point for The Lune. With Apocalune we ecstatically enter new literary terrain, as poignant and moving as ever. You are welcome to pre-order a copy today!

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Praise for Apocalune, A Separation Cosmology


“Somewhere between the spray (weft) and the moon, the sibylline witness, Apocalune. Take heed—"

— Reed Bye

“Apocalune is the diaphane between revelation and revolution, a very thin, very heavy curtain. Here is where sadness, reconstruction, misery, and relief tearstain the pages of dismembered books. Here is distraught revelry, ecstatic empathy, and selfemptying. Here is a sky of mirrored light: an ocean. Ella Longpre is a protean poet. She shows us how to learn from fear instead of worshipping it."

— Joseph Braun


About the Author


Ella Longpre is a writer-musician-professor from Michigan, California, Massachusetts, and Colorado. Her chapbook, The Odor of the Hoax Was Gone, was published by Monkey Puzzle Press in 2013. Her work has appeared in a variety of journals, old magazines, and &Now 3: Best Innovative Writing. She has been featured by Awst Press and Real Pants. She can be found on Google. She can also be found in the woods.