When My Yoga Teacher Tells Me I’m Vata Deranged
by Chanel Brenner

I can think of worse things. It’s windy in your head, she says, but I like the soughing in my mind. Thoughts blow through me like clouds. Words loft like plastic bags, swirling along my shoreline, then settling. My sister’s having a baby, I need to buy more vanilla milk, breeze through me like a … Continue reading When My Yoga Teacher Tells Me I’m Vata Deranged
by Chanel Brenner

Chanel Brenner

Chanel Brenner is the author of Vanilla Milk: a memoir told in poems, (Silver Birch Press, 2014), which was a finalist for the 2016 Independent Book Awards and honorable mention in the 2014 Eric Hoffer awards.  Her poems have appeared in New Ohio Review, Poet Lore, Rattle, Muzzle Magazine, Pittsburgh Poetry Review, Spry Literary Journal, … Continue reading Chanel Brenner