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Manatomy is a collection of wry, witty and cheeky poems exploring how nature, nurture, pop culture, prejudice and politics shape the identity of camp gay man James McDermott.
Structured in three parts Boy, Youth and Man Manatomy interrogates how the experiences of growing up gay in a homophobic world and in rural millennial England affect a gay mans relationships with himself, his partners, the LGBTQ+ community and the wider world.
'Simply magnificent. You don't have to have grown up gay to appreciate this poetry but it will have a special charge, beauty and meaning for those of us who have'
'McDermott's debut delivers us his heart, terrors and triumphs. An honest and direct account of growing up gay on the very edges of England'
'Hilarious and honest, Manatomy will help you understand gay life, love and sex better. It certainly helped me...'