A lyrical, genre-bending coming-of-age tale featuring a queer, Black, Guyanese American woman who, while seeking to define her own place in the world, negotiates an estranged relationship with her father.
"This beautifully, honestly conceived genius of a book shook me to the core.” —Dara Wier
"What she gives us are archives, allegories, and wholly new songs.”—Terrance Hayes
“In these crisply narrative poems, which unreel like heart-wrenching fragments of film,
Arisa White not only names that gaping chasm between father and daughter, but graces it with its true and terrible face." —Patricia Smith