Heavy Weather is a poetry collection like no other. It examines some of the hardest issues we can face and explores the stages of each of them. Divided into four chapters, prepare to have your vulnerability exposed through the deepest thoughts and experiences of a young woman who understands what it means to fight against the darkness and knows that there is always a light shining somewhere at the end.Written in some of her darkest and some of her happiest moods, Heavy Weather is a sometimes-painful journey that exposes the soul and faces our worst fears. But it is also filled with hope and carries the enduring message that perseverance will always win in the end.
Ness Lobo is a writer and illustrator who was born in Costa Rica. She lives with mom and a rescue poodle named Lolo and spends a lot of time with her boyfriend. Her early life was dogged with health problems, including liver cancer when she was just a year old and diagnosis of C-PTSD following a set of bad circumstances. But she used these problems to create something positive and began writing poetry as a means of coping. Ness' love of poetry really began as a therapy, but before long it became something far more serious and she has now completed her debut book of poems, Heavy Weather. When she has time to herself, Ness loves to go to the movies, writes poetry, draws and plays the ukulele. She is also keen on digital animation and photography and spends a lot of time playing with her dog. You can find her on instagram and twitter as @prismaticmoth.