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This is spoken word. This will make you feel things. This is a poet illustrating her own book. This is in alien language. This is an angry bedtime story. This contains occasional confessional explosions. This is a bit of sexy feminism. This is hipster monologue. This is angst that will not fester. This is a spiritual quest. This is sometimes grammatically incorrect. This i ...more
Paperback, 38 pages
Published October 7th 2018
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This book reminds me of the reason why I read. I met the author in Singapore a few days ago. And among all the zombies on the dead land, she is the most alive thing I have ever seen.

Love you, Deborah. Thank you for the book!
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Deborah’s most vital and vibrant poetry thus far, a warcry of the soul.
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Deborah Emmanuel (b.1988) is a Singaporean poet, performer, and multiple TEDx speaker. As a slam poet she has featured at festivals like the Barcelona International Poetry Festival, the Makassar International Writers Festival and the Queensland Poetry Festival and won competitions in Singapore, Germany and Australia. Her work has featured in places like Bali, Berlin, London, New York City and Kath ...more

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