Beauty is a Verb: The Poetry of Disability
By: Jennifer Bartlett, Michael Northenis, Sheila Black
"Immerse yourself in muscular poems of tenderness and intensity, intimate poems of eloquence and bluntness, profound poems that present disability's difficulty, challenge, and pride - all the while exploring the triumph of the human condition." - Marie Kane, author ofSurvivors in the Garden
Beauty is a Verb is a ground-breaking anthology of disability poetry, essays on disability, and writings on the poetics of both. Crip Poetry. Disability Poetry. Poems with Disabilities. This is where poetry and disability intersect, overlap, collide and make peace.
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