Sarah Clark: Both of your chapbooks are so viscerally about the body. Can you tell me how you conceptualize of bodies, in a broader sense,...
25.012019September 10, 2019
Made of Warring Parts: An Interview with Linette Reeman & torrin a. greathouse
By Lisa SummeIn FeaturedTags addiction, anne carson, Ari Banias, autonomy, Bill Moran, BLOODMUCK, body, boy/girl/ghost, Christopher Soto, cis gaze, disability, disabled, discrimination, disease, ecology, Erin Schick, form, gender non-conforming, gendered violence, George Abraham, Hanif Abdurraqib, identity, Jeanann Verlee, Jennifer Espinoza, John F. Quinonez, liminality, Linette Reeman, memory, mental illness, mythology, neurodivergence, Nicole Connolly, Poetics, poetry, PTSD, Rachel McKibbens, Robert Stolorow, sam sax, Sarah Clark, self-harm, Siddhartha Mukherjee, suicide, torrin a greathouse, trans, trans erasure, trans history, trauma, two-spirit, unconventional, violence against trans people