Where Worms Come From, Featuring the Poetry of Sarah Galvin

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Where Worms Come From, Featuring the Poetry of Sarah Galvin

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Children believe in Santa Clause, illustrator Mary Anne Carter believes in poet Sarah Galvin, and Sarah Galvin believes in Worms. In this Risographed zine, Carter has illustrated Galvin’s latest poem, Where Worms Come From.

Available in (3) varied editions with pink, green, or gold ink on worm-toned cardstock. Measures 4.25” x 5.5.”

View gallery for a preview of the zine and continue reading for a full transcription of the poem.

WHERE WORMS COME FROM by Sarah Galvin

The most magical part of my childhood was when my dad took me out at night to catch worms in the yard. I knew that Santa brought presents because kids at school told me so, but since no one talked about worms, their powers seemed potentially limitless. Santa didn't come out of a hole in the ground every night to mate with other Santas, which also made him inferior to worms. Now I always tell kids that he does, because they will find out their parents bring the presents on Christmas long before they confirm that I'm the one who digs all those holes.

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