Pixelated Tears by Kaecey McCormick


About the book:
Pixelated Tears explores the varied nature of the female through a poetic lens with surprising language, explosive imagery, and emotional impact. In this collection of childhood memories and fantasies, adult ponderings and observations, and personal reflections, Kaecey McCormick documents the feminine experience with tenderness, humor, and candor.

About the poet:
Kaecey McCormick is a language artist living in the San Francisco Bay Area. She holds bachelor degrees in Anthropology and Psychology from UCLA and the University of Maryland as well as an MFA in Writing from Lindenwood University. Her poetry, fiction, and nonfiction have been published in numerous journals, magazines, and anthologies. Kaecey won Honorable Mention in the 2016 Writer’s Digest Awards for poetry and was named the 2018-2020 Poet Laureate for the City of Cupertino, one of the founding cities of Silicon Valley and home of the high-tech gian, Apple, Inc. When not writing fiction or poetry, she teaches English at Foothill College in Los Altos Hills, California and runs a busy freelance writing and speaking business serving individuals, businesses, and nonprofits. Pixelated Tears is Kaecey’s first chapbook.

Praise for Kaecey McCormick
“Kaecey McCormick can best be characterized by insight into the human condition and her ability to connect with her listeners and readers. She speaks and writes in a way that makes poetry breathe.” Jack Hasling; Author and Retired Professor of Speech Communication

“To know Kaecey is to know an enthusiastic and caring poet bursting with energy. This chapbook exemplifies the poetic practices she so aptly teaches as Cupertino Poet Laureate: imagery, sensory language and emotional affect. Enjoy her lively poetic journey from her childhood and through motherhood.” Ann Muto; Author of Open Passage and Cupertino Poet Laureate 2016-2017

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