Poets & Writers

Taylor Johnson

Alice James Books

No name in the city of undoing
I lengthen beyond what I know

—from “self/hood”

HOW IT BEGAN: The poems in were formed while I walked around D.C. or had conversations with friends and lovers, or as a response to a theoretical

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