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Published Works of Yoko Molotov
Scratch Fights By yoko molotov
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Yoko Molotov 2017 art book full of drawings full of words so that
Next Crime By Yoko Molotov
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This is the third collection of short stories, poems and art by Yoko Molotov. Themes include haunted houses, ghosts, love and anxiety. Photography by Phoebe Digges-Elliott
Bossy Behavior By yoko molotov
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Yoko Molotov's second volume of poetry, including themes of confession, the sea and loveless anxiety. Includes illustrations.
Nose Buried in God's Gray Pubic Hair By Yoko Molotov
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Collected poems of Yoko Molotov from 2011-2012. Poems rich and ripe with imagery.
Weird Vein By yoko molotov
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Collected poems of Yoko Molotov 2014-2015 Themes include Death, Change, Love, and some kind of flaw with the Human Condition
Sweet Dreams By yoko molotov
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2016-2017 Automatic drawings, stories, etc etcetc etcetc etcetc etcetc etcetc etcetc etcetc etcetc etcetc etc
Babes of Louisville By yoko molotov
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started this project Babes of Louisville nearly 2 years ago. As someone that was pretty isolated I was captivated and inspired by so many women in Louisville. For a very long time I spent my time on... More > the side lines. When I went out I never felt cool enough to interact with the people I saw at shows etc. They sparkled like diamonds, like the sun and I could never get close! Slowly I put myself out there more and more and I did it with the one thing I have always felt confident in... my art. Eventually I met those dream women who seemed so bright and I found out they were just like me. I wanted to create a whole book just about them. As this project got off the ground so many people approached me to have their loved one drawn in this book. It was never a lottery or a popularity contest, only a love letter from me (the nervous shy one) to the women that always awed me.< Less