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THE THINGS WE BRING WITH US
Headmistress Press 2021
"The poems in this chapbook debut tell stories I want to listen to. S.G. deftly writes of loneliness and feeling in-between, of traveling and searching for something in far-away places. It’s a collection about being pulled in different directions, about finding oneself in traveling, but also in the places traveled-from. S.G. contemplates what they are drawn to and drawn from, carefully questioning the symmetry between the places they know well and the cities where they feel like a stranger. These powerful poems are queer and quiet, but ring loud with language, family, love, and eager movement through an unfamiliar world."
— Sara Ryan, author of I Thought There Would Be More Wolves
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