Krystal Languell

Krystal Languell is a member of the Belladonna* Collaborative and edits the journal Bone Bouquet. Her work has appeared in esque, La Fovea, DIAGRAM and elsewhere, and her first book, Call the Catastrophists, was published by BlazeVox in 2011. She is a Visiting Assistant Professor at Pratt Institute and a 2013 Emerge Surface Be fellow at The Poetry Project.

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A book of poems should have 120 pages.
AS MANY AS U THINK NECCASSARY.REMEMBER QUALITY IS IMPORTANT
NOT QUANTITY.
well u should try 10-20 pages or just enough 2 express urself
Why bore the reader more?
i would say. so it isnt a small book
depends how many poems you can think of.
The same number your heart can hold.
Numbers are a very exhausting format for solving your questions on this earthly
subject…
The number 7 is good , however taken to the 10th degree makes this number 0f
70 the perfect number of pages%
If the poems are written by an unknown poet, I would limit the number of pages
to 100 or maximum 150.
One of the books that I keep handy is written by an Asian lady which was
presented to someone who passed it on to me. It has only 43 pages.
i think it matters on the main detail and you are written it
If you do not enjoy reading (very few pages). If you like to use your imagination
and enjoy reading than whichever number is not enough.
aas many as you want your the author it can be a short book or a long one trust
me i know
enough to express yourself.
If it makes sense people will enjoy it.
Poems have to be arranged neatly on the page, ordinarily with only one poem
per page and plenty of white space.
I’ve already created 15 in 3 days. It’s just whatever comes to mind.
if the poems are good as many as you are willing to share, if they are bad as
many as you want to get rid of
I think it should have about 20-30 because it is sad but I do not believe most
people today would read more than that.
3…i hate reading
none, 1 is way to many… do us all a favor
THINK ABOUT IT BELIVE ME I HAVE READ ALOT OF POETRY BOOKS AND SO
I DONT LIKE THEM TO BE SHORT OR LONGS .
So try what you can but go with what i suggested
Go to the bookstore and look at the poem books.
WELL I DONT THINK THERE IS a educating answer to that question

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