Tag Archives: Darcey Steinke

Up Through the Water

“Beautifully written . . . a seamless and almost instinctive prose that often reads more like poetry than fiction.” –Robert Olmstead, The New York…

Suicide Blonde

“Hallucinatory, dystopian . . . a disturbing, poisonous fable of the dire consequences of derailed passion.” –The New York Times

Jesus Saves

“A disturbingly beautiful piece of writing. Darcey Steinke has found a trashy and intensely spiritual poetry in the suburban malls and backwoods of the…