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The author of the book: Blythe Baird
Edition: Where Are You Press
Date of issue: September 17th 2015
ISBN 13: 9781329531406
Format files: PDF
The size of the: 630 KB
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BLYTHE YOU GORGEOUS HUMAN BEING THIS WAS AMAZING!!
I read this right after reading Milk and Honey by Rupi Kaur and honestly.. It pales in comparison to this. Trigger warning for anorexia and sexual assault/rape, but Blythe speaks so truthfully in her poems and offers such complex and thought-provoking insights. I adore her usage of metaphors and her writing style is just so gorgeous. I've heard several of her spoken poems and I was worried that I would think she was better at delivering her poems verbally than through just the writing, but it shines both ways. I thought this collective was a tad brief and I wish I could have more, but maybe that's bit of a selfish request because I just love her writing. I will always continue to listen and read to anything Blythe publishes, and I highly recommend this if you want some poetry about feminism!
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Read information about the authorBlythe Baird is a 19-year-old actress, poet, and feminist. In 2014, she represented Chicago as the youngest competitor at the National Poetry Slam. In 2015, she returned to NPS representing the Twin Cities Unified team.
Her work has been published or featured by The Huffington Post, Ashton Kutcher, A-Plus, Write Bloody, EverydayFeminism, Button Poetry, Chicago Literati, Banango Street, and Wicked Banshee, among others. She is currently studying creative writing, women’s studies, and ASL at Hamline University in St. Paul, MN.
With three nominations at the ICFF including Best Picture, Baird takes on the role of Stephen Baldwin’s daughter in Auslynn Films 2015 indie feature “The UnMiracle.”
In the past year, Baird’s poetry has gone viral on the internet. Her poem “Girl Code 101” has been utilized in academic lesson plans across the globe, featured in Occidental College’s updated “The Vagina Monologues,” and holds the state title for Poetry Interpretation at Colorado’s national speech tournament.
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