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When Phoenix Flooded (Trans Women Writers Collective booklet series #16)

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The transcendent anti-capitalist realist poems of When Phoenix Flooded range widely, both in subject and in form, driven by a fluid process of fragmentation and transformation through which they sprawl across the page, like the urban landscape where they're set, and break apart before reforming with a new unity in a sonnet, an ode, a burning haiden. But even here, near the imperi The transcendent anti-capitalist realist poems of When Phoenix Flooded range widely, both in subject and in form, driven by a fluid process of fragmentation and transformation through which they sprawl across the page, like the urban landscape where they're set, and break apart before reforming with a new unity in a sonnet, an ode, a burning haiden. But even here, near the imperial border, as the world ends and St. Longinus walks into 7-11 with "blue tape around his bicep from giving blood" and a question for you, there's light and joy, and there's just enough time to joke about dancing on Joe Arpaio's grave, may the day soon come.


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The transcendent anti-capitalist realist poems of When Phoenix Flooded range widely, both in subject and in form, driven by a fluid process of fragmentation and transformation through which they sprawl across the page, like the urban landscape where they're set, and break apart before reforming with a new unity in a sonnet, an ode, a burning haiden. But even here, near the imperi The transcendent anti-capitalist realist poems of When Phoenix Flooded range widely, both in subject and in form, driven by a fluid process of fragmentation and transformation through which they sprawl across the page, like the urban landscape where they're set, and break apart before reforming with a new unity in a sonnet, an ode, a burning haiden. But even here, near the imperial border, as the world ends and St. Longinus walks into 7-11 with "blue tape around his bicep from giving blood" and a question for you, there's light and joy, and there's just enough time to joke about dancing on Joe Arpaio's grave, may the day soon come.

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