A Socially Acceptable Breakdown

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Pub Date 19 Oct 2021 | Archive Date 20 Nov 2021
Button Poetry, Independent Book Publishers Association (IBPA), Members' Titles

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A Socially Acceptable Breakdown is a poetry collection that explores themes of family, queerness, mental health, grief, pop culture, body image, love, joy, memory, myth, and magic.

A Socially Acceptable Breakdown is a poetry collection that explores themes of family, queerness, mental health, grief, pop culture, body image, love, joy, memory, myth, and magic.


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Ebook (9781638340171)

Ebook (9781638340171)


Advance Praise

A Socially Acceptable Breakdown is an invitation to healing the relationship between the Brain, the Body & the Being through honest self-reflection and self-forgiveness.”
— FreeQuency, author of Becoming//Black

A Socially Acceptable Breakdown is a masterclass in storytelling, and a reminder that sometimes the most important victory is surviving to tell the story.”
— Brandon Melendez, author of Gold That Frames the Mirror

“One rarely expects to be undone by syntax, but here I am. Walloped. A Socially Acceptable Breakdown reminds us how cruel the psyche can be. And also how majestic.”
— Jeanann Verlee, author of prey, Said the Manic to the Muse, and Racing Hummingbirds

“Make no mistake, A Socially Acceptable Breakdown is a magic show on-page that leaves the reader in awe, it isn't just the show, it's the show-stealer you'll want a ticket to.”
— Omar Holmon, author of We Were All Someone Else Yesterday

A Socially Acceptable Breakdown is an invitation to healing the relationship between the Brain, the Body & the Being through honest self-reflection and self-forgiveness.”
— FreeQuency, author of...


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