Our Debatable Bodies

Our Debatable Bodies

Our Debatable Bodies is a bold proclamation of defiance, love, and rage. Each poem contemplates the inner self in relation to the shared intimacies that define public and private spaces. Marisa Crane?s unfiltered depictions of the moments and memories inhabited by queer existence, awaken the forces within- as truth and survival become generational triumphs that outlast any Our Debatable Bodies is a bold proclamation of defiance, love, and rage. Each poem contemplates the inner self in relat...

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Title:Our Debatable Bodies
Author:Marisa Crane
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Genres:Poetry
ISBN:B07QW61739
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Kindle Edition
Number of Pages:47 pages pages

Our Debatable Bodies Reviews

  • Crystal
    Jun 19, 2019
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  • Barton Smock
    Jun 28, 2019
    Marisa Crane is a poet of the mouth. Mouth as the wound one opens to name the wounded. Mouth as flickering hyphen. As a thing not spoken for. In Our Debatable Bodies, words like ?tomboy? turn yellow in the toothless boy of tomorrow and language lives long enough to land on the same...
  • Frank Karioris
    Jun 11, 2019
    A thundering crash, a bathtub full of warm water, and armor for a world not quite ready for us. This chapbook is a needed reminder, joy, and punch - at least one for each reader. ...
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    Jun 22, 2019
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    Jun 19, 2019
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  • Rachel Mans Mckenny
    Jul 12, 2019
    I adored this collection of poetry about love, anger, and the idea of beginnings. Highly recommended!! ...
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    Aug 22, 2019
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    Jul 20, 2019
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  • Sarah
    Jun 12, 2019
    I really loved this little poetry collection. It is queer through and through, with gorgeous stanzas and a lot of hard-fought love. Crane writes about queer couple fertility, confession, homophobia (external and internalized), anxiety, love, wonder, and hope. I definitely recommend it ...
  • Jennifer
    Aug 06, 2019
    I sat down and read this in one setting, pulled from page to page by the ache of recognition. Crane is the master of beauty, desire, anger, and body. She astounded me with her imagery and use of language. As a queer woman it's hard to find writing that feels like home sometimes, but th...
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  • Kendra Sitton
    Jul 09, 2019
    Accessible and good Queerness and bodies and fertility and bars and love. So many topics in easy to understand but also beautiful language ...
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    Aug 05, 2019
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