My Art Is Killing Me and Other Poems

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  • My Art Is Killing Me and Other Poems

  • Auteur : Amber Dawn
  • Editeur : arsenal pulp press
  • Isbn Code : 1551527944
  • Genre : Poetry
  • Nombre de pages :
  • Date de publication : 2020-05-05
  • Évaluation des livres 4.5
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In her novels, poetry, and prose, Amber Dawn has written eloquently on queer femme sexuality, individual and systemic trauma, and sex work justice, themes drawn from her own lived experience and revealed most notably in her award-winning memoir How Poetry Saved My Life. In this, her second poetry collection, Amber Dawn takes stock of the costs of coming out on the page in a heartrendingly honest and intimate investigation of the toll that artmaking takes on artists. These long poems offer difficult truths within their intricate narratives that are alternately incendiary, tender, and rapturous. In a cultural era when intersectional and marginalized writers are topping bestseller lists, Amber Dawn invites her readers to take an unflinching look at we expect from writers, and from each other.

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