Domestic Bodies (Poetry Collection)

Domestic Bodies delves into the physicality of mundane and life-altering moments as told by a narrator disabled from birth. This collection deals with themes of cancer, family, death, disability, and resilience. Many of these poems don't end happily but leave the reader with a sense of life continuing on...regardless.
Blurbs and reviews:

"I loved reading this collection of poems because it drew me into the perspective of the author, and the pieces range from grief to love, to understanding, belonging and mobility and all in not a rosy way but a candid way that gets you to stop and think. They've been previously published in various publications and now in one place, it feels like a story coming home.
After reading it, I couldn't help but wonder how the author aptly settled on the book title.
Thanks Netgalley for the eARC."
-Dora O. (Goodreads)


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