Queer Migration and Asylum in Europe Book

Queer Migration and Asylum in Europe Book

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RELEASE DATE - 8 MARCH 2021

Finalist for the Publishing Triangle Award for Trans and Gender-Variant Literature

Editors Andrea Abi-Karam and Kay Gabriel offer We Want it All: An Anthology of Radical Trans Poetics as an experiment into how far literature, written from an identitarian standpoint, can go as a fellow traveler with social movements and revolutionary demands.

Writing in dialogue with emancipatory political movements, the intergenerational writers assembled here imagine an altogether overturned world in poems that pursue the particular and multiple trans relationships to desire, embodiment, housing, sex, ecology, history, pop culture, and the working day.

"This collection is impressive in scope, style, and time, including intergenerational poets on everything from work to sex to pop culture. This is the kind of book you can pick up and read a few selections from, and be reminded that trans identity, like all identity, is vast and beautiful."
Shondaland

"Anthologies, like canons, often fall apart when looked at with any sincerity. The intention to encapsulate poets of a specific identity often fails in one or more respects due to the multitudes they contain. Andrea Abi-Karam and Kay Gabriel, co-editors of We Want It All: An Anthology of Radical Trans Poetics, take up this problem of representation — specifically of trans lives… These are poems that do not compromise."
Hyperallergic

"If there’s one thing I can get behind, it’s more trans voices and/or gender fuckery in literature, always. This stunner of an anthology brings together an intergenerational mix of poets who expertly write/graffiti on that (imaginary) line of the personal and the political by exploring love, work, bodies, social justice movements, rage, tenderness, and pop culture. With creativity and insight, the poems in this collection are truly a rich tapestry that belongs on the shelf next to editor Christopher Soto’s Neplantla: Queer Poets of Color (which was also released by Nightboat, thank you Nightboat!)."
Literary Hub's Bookmarks

“Nightboat’s anthology We Want It All: An Anthology of Radical Trans Poetics gave me everything I wanted and more, the perfect supplement as I started my hormone transition journey. The Zoom reading was one of the best virtual events I attended in quarantine—a riotous joy fest with a veritable who’s who of the genderqueer literati.”
Poetry Foundation Harriet Staff

"If you’re looking for it, this book is a guide that will teach you the ways in which we continue to fight, that will remind you that the fight is important and that there’s no room for complacency. That there’s a future here that isn’t only ours for the taking, but ours for the making as well, that we are able to reach out and touch each other, sustain each other, until the future that might now only exist on the horizon, is something we can hold in our hands, bringing it to life together."
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Author Edited by Richard C.M. Mole
Format Paperback
Pages 276
ISBN 9781787355873

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