evening primroses | Emma Loomis-Amrhein
70 pages | Recenter Press | 4.5.21
Emma Loomis-Amrhein's debut collection seeks to address trans struggle and liberation in the crepuscularity and in-betweenness of rural being. Showing the country itself as queer, "evening primroses" serves as a sort of field guide for growth and change in that space, marking the passage of time between woodcock dance and trillium bloom, a record of having been, becoming, coming out.
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