About Ly Faulk
Ly Faulk has been obsessed with reading and writing for as long as they could read and write. They still believe in the power of the written word to change lives.
Hope, With Bladed Wings
Ly's poems are dreamlike, with unexpected images and an undercurrent of sadness. They transport from the ordinary into a world of lostness. Absolutely worth savoring again and again.
--Nolcha Fox, author of My Father's Ghost Hates Cats and The Big Unda
Hope, With Bladed Wings shows exactly what the metaphor promises: something delicate and beautiful, but difficult to grasp and through these words that drive the collection Faulk presents what it means to be human. The book weaves artistically and burns fiercely through universal topics: addiction, relationships, memory, aspirations and identity, but shows us through each of the threads that make up the garments we wear that these topics are deeply personal and each person wears them differently. Ly’s poetic repertoire and penchant for a mosaic of topics keeps the reader's attention and holds their heart throughout this well crafted collection.
author of Daydreams, Obsessions, Realities
They Come in the Night
They Come in the Night, the latest title from Lynn-Cee Faulk is something of a departure from their previous work. In their first fiction release, they explore horror, the supernatural, and madness. Order your copy today.
Princess Aela is set to inherit a troubled kingdom and a family curse. It was decreed a long time ago that one twin should marry the other sibling and Aela is no exception. However, Aela’s preordained life is suddenly interrupted by tragic and mysterious deaths. Her once-peaceful kingdom is now set upon by lizard men. They’re everywhere. In fact, the kingdom seems to be crawling with them. As they close in, she must keep her world from unravelling as she faces betrayal, death, and enemies both without and within.
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
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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.