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We Want It All Launch Event

Editors Andrea Abi-Karam and Kay Gabriel offer We Want it All: An Anthology of Radical Trans Poetics (Nightboat Books, 2020) as an experiment into how far literature, written from an identitarian standpoint, can go as a fellow traveler with social movements and revolutionary demands. This formally inventive collection brings together seventy-two intergenerational trans poets writing against capital and empire. We will celebrate the launch of We Want It All with readings from contributors Evan Kleekamp, Joss Barton, Logan February, Aaron El Sabrout, Jessi Gaston, Trish Salah, Rowan Powell, Holly Raymond, Nora Fulton, Leslie Feinberg, & Sylvia Rivera. The event will be introduced and facilitated by co-editors Andrea Abi-Karam & Kay Gabriel.

Preorder We Want It All: An Anthology of Radical Trans Poetics from Nightboat Books.

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