ANC060 Annabel Mahoney's St. Crispin in the Trenches draws on parallels between Henry V, Agincourt, and the First World War, using poetry, manipulated Shakespeare, and academic prose to contextualize themes of identity and the spectatorship of loss.
For every copy of St. Crispin sold, Another New Calligraphy will donate $1 to Storycatchers, a nonprofit empowering youth in the Chicago juvenile justice system to confront trauma and tell their personal stories through theatre.
ANC061 Ingrid M. Calderon-Collins' memoir Let the Buzzards Eat Me Whole details her experiences with sexual abuse, the Salvadorian civil war, American resettlement, and the unbuttoning of childhood to womanhood.
For every copy of Let the Buzzards Eat Me Whole sold, Another New Calligraphy will donate $1 to GirlForward, a Chicago nonprofit providing educational support and safe spaces for teenage girls displaced by conflict and persecution.
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