Melanie Sweeney’s nonfiction chapbook, Birds as Leaves, is a lyrical meditation on motherhood, gender, nature, and the body. It is paired with a poetry chapbook by Jasmine Dreame Wagner in a split volume and released by The Lettered Streets Press.
View excerpts of Split Series, Volume 2
Melanie’s fiction and poetry have appeared in Mom Egg Review, Foundling Review, Reunion: The Dallas Review, Rougarou, and other journals. She has written for Babble, and her essay, “All Things All at Once” was included in Multiples Illuminated, an anthology about parenting twins, triplets, and more.