carpus Aimee Herman
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“Bodies consist of cities. Territories. Stained glass church knees. Thigh pews. Cupboards of neck. Magnetic mouths rotating exit signs… The only way to read this is to lick every page and catalogue the ink stains.”
AN EXCERPT FROM EP 79
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR
AIMEE HERMAN is a queer performance artist, poet, and writing/literature teacher at Bronx Community College. Aimee has been widely published in journals and anthologies including Troubling the Line: Trans and Genderqueer Poetry and Poetics, as well as two full-length books of poetry, meant to wake up feeling and to go without blinking, and the chapbook rooted (Dancing Girl Press). In addition to writing, Aimee is the host/curator of Queer Art Organics, a monthly series in NYC featuring LGBTQ writers/performers, and facilitates a regular creative writing workshop at Brooklyn Public Library.