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Reading Queer

Poetry in a Time of Chaos

Maureen Seaton and Neil de la Flor, Editors

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  • Paperback: 304 pages
  • Dimensions: 6.00" x 9.00"
  • ISBN: 9781934695524
  • Publication Date: 2018-02-10

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Reading Queer

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Reading Queer: Poetry in a Time of Chaos, edited by Neil de la Flor and Maureen Seaton, is a collection of the most subversive, gritty, moving, and courageous writing to come out of the U.S. queer community in recent political times. “When we started to solicit material for the anthology in 2015,” says Seaton & de la Flor, “we didn’t expect to compile a survival manual. Overnight, the work of these fifty poets became even more crucial. It became sacred.” Reading Queer: Poetry in a Time of Chaos brings the LGBTQI community together in the spirit and solidarity of poetry at its finest and fiercest. “It is our gift to all conscious citizens. With love.”  (Seaton & de la Flor).


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Maureen Seaton

Maureen Seaton has authored seventeen poetry collections, both solo and collaborative. Her awards include the Iowa Poetry Prize and the Lambda Literary Award for Furious Cooking, the Audre Lorde Award for Venus Examines Her Breast, an NEA, and two Pushcarts. Her memoir, Sex Talks to Girls, also garnered a “Lammy.” She teaches creative writing at the University of Miami, Florida,

Neil de la Flor, Editors

Neil de la Flor is a writer, educator, artist, and executive director of Reading Queer, a Miami-based organization dedicated to promoting and fostering queer literary culture in South Florida. His first book, Almost Dorothy, won the 2009 Marsh Hawk Press Poetry Prize and was published in 2010. Marsh Hawk also published his second collection, An Elephant’s Memory of Blizzards in 2013.