The body you're in
LIMITED number of COPIES with a poem postcard - A COLLAGE AND POEM WRITTEN BY ME ESPECIALLY FOR YOU
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this is the best of the still things on my phone from 2019.
happy 2020! a gift!
the best of the words and pictures in the saves, likes, retweets, screenshots and captures.
‘This pamphlet pinches the skin of woman, of lust, of politics.’ Deanna Rodger
‘These poems reveal a mind breaking through multiple layers of silencing, stigma and shame.’ Dean Atta
Phoebe Wagner’s poetry is a kind of undressing. Offering up the social and sexual uncertainties of our time, she forges these into a bolder understanding of contemporary angst. Language heady as Plath melts into a precise, Carson-like wit.
Formally inventive, highly visual, these poems ripple through the mind, at once cleansing and intoxicating. Wagner’s voice is a reflexive one, referencing therapists, care plans, bingo tickets, pick-up lines, familial myths:
Abuela knew I was the devil when I came out like that.
That all of Spain had bled out of me.