between every bird, our bones is reverence amidst ruin. emet responds to the violence of military occupation with domestic intimacy, trailed by medical debt and grackles. these poems inhabit the body on edge, cancerous and queer, migrating between texas and palestine. they ask: how to care for a place when you’re not allowed back?
- Selected for the 2021 Anzaldúa Poetry Prize
- Saddle-stitched, risograph cover, 40 pages, 5″ x 7.25″, FSC-certified paper