Reprise (Paperback)

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Reprise (Paperback)


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In this innovative work of self-portraiture and poetry, Reprise looks at 2020 with an overarching question: what does it mean to grapple with an America that has let so many down and continues to?
Golden meditates on Blackness, nationalism, legacy, navigating what it means to live both in the North and South, and its impacts on gender expression. We're invited to witness and learn from the interior revolution it requires to fully live.
Lovers of Golden's expansive A Dead Name That Learned How to Live--finalist for the Lambda Literary Award for Transgender Poetry, 2023--will find echoes of sonic and vernacular play, with a stark vulnerability that confronts readers to look deeply at times of great and, possibly, liberatory uncertainty.

Golden (they/them) is a Black, gender-nonconforming, trans photographer, poet, educator, curator, and community organizer raised in Hampton, Virginia (Kikotan land), and currently residing in Brooklyn, New York (Lenapehoking land). Golden is the author of A DEAD NAME THAT LEARNED HOW TO LIVE (Game Over Books, 2022), a Lambda Literary Award finalist in 2023, and the photographic series On Learning How to Live, a 2021 Arnold Newman Photography Prize finalist. On Learning How to Live documents Black trans life at the intersections of surviving and living in the United States. Golden holds a BFA in photography and imaging from New York University.
Product Details ISBN: 9798888902615
Publisher: Haymarket Books
Publication Date: January 7th, 2025
Pages: 144
Language: English