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Portrait of My Body as a Crime I'm Still Committing by Topaz Winters
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it was amazing

Portrait of My Body as a Crime I’m Still Committing tackles the unapologetic nature of girlhood, the mouths we mar with our own, the way our bodies look in the light. With the collection, Winters has created something unashamedly queer and self-sufficient. She asks her own questions and does not wait for someone else to answer them. “Must I say it to survive?” asks the poet. “Then I will.”
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April 24, 2019 – Shelved

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