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Subject to Change is an anthology celebrating the work of five poets who are unapologetically trans: Joshua Jennifer Espinoza, Christopher Soto, beyza ozer, Cameron Awkward-Rich, and Kay Ulanday Barrett. Featuring poetry and interviews, this collection is a testament to the power of trans poets speaking to one another—about family, race, class, disability, religion, and Subject to Change is an anthology celebrating the work of five poets who are unapologetically trans: Joshua Jennifer Espinoza, Christopher Soto, beyza ozer, Cameron Awkward-Rich, and Kay Ulanday Barrett. Featuring poetry and interviews, this collection is a testament to the power of trans poets speaking to one another—about family, race, class, disability, religion, and the body. This anthology includes a range of trans experiences and poetics, expanding the possibilities of what it means to be both trans and a writer in the twenty-first century.


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Subject to Change is an anthology celebrating the work of five poets who are unapologetically trans: Joshua Jennifer Espinoza, Christopher Soto, beyza ozer, Cameron Awkward-Rich, and Kay Ulanday Barrett. Featuring poetry and interviews, this collection is a testament to the power of trans poets speaking to one another—about family, race, class, disability, religion, and Subject to Change is an anthology celebrating the work of five poets who are unapologetically trans: Joshua Jennifer Espinoza, Christopher Soto, beyza ozer, Cameron Awkward-Rich, and Kay Ulanday Barrett. Featuring poetry and interviews, this collection is a testament to the power of trans poets speaking to one another—about family, race, class, disability, religion, and the body. This anthology includes a range of trans experiences and poetics, expanding the possibilities of what it means to be both trans and a writer in the twenty-first century.

30 review for Subject to Change: Trans Poetry & Conversation

  1. 5 out of 5

    Cooper Carrington

    The trans poets I know and read dont mess around. They’re not going to muddy their meaning with pedantic vernacular and outdated cultural references. Right to the point: house music and broken, brown bodies. These voices are essential, and the compilation does a great job of bringing QPOC voices to the front with no dilly dallying for white liberals. This is real shit, real stories and an beautifully brunt read.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Mills College Library

    810.8092 S9415 2017

  3. 4 out of 5

    Robyn Ayers

    intersectional queer honest art. what more could you want? if existing every day is giving you battle scars, here's a gentle back rub.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Greg Adams

    A stunning collection of trans poetry and interviews edited by the fantastic H. Melt. Their choices in poets and conscious, revealing questions make this book invaluable. We need more trans voices speaking out, and I'm grateful for H. Melt's work to make this happen!

  5. 4 out of 5

    Will

    Powerful collection of trans poetry and conversations with the poets. Special chance to become familiar with a poet's work and then learn about their creative process and mindset. No surprise that Sibling Rivalry Press put out this innovative and important collection.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Dean Parris

    Great read with many QTPOC/TGNC writers that left me feeling fulfilled, validated, and visible.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Grant

    One of the most beautiful, heart-breaking, and relevant collection of poems I’ve read in a long time!

  8. 4 out of 5

    John

    A really good anthology by a press that does superb anthologies. You get a good sample of each poets work, and the conversations are really enlightening. Although fair warning, you'll want to buy every poets books after you read (though you should want to, anyway)

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