AWAY WITH WORDS

TAYLOR L. CIAMBRA


SUBJECTS: Poetry, Love Poetry, LGBTQ+ Poetry
PAPERBACK: $15
  • 5 x 7 in 
  • 120 pages
  • printed-on-demand by IngramSpark
EBOOK: $8.99
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“WHEN I SAY THAT LOVING ME IS KIND OF LIKE BORROWING A LIBRARY BOOK I MEAN THAT I’LL NEVER BELONG TO YOU.”

This entrancing, Pushcart Prize nominated debut from poet Taylor L. Ciambra, Away With Words is a collection of prose aching with the everpresent pain of being. Between vignettes of early love’s highs and disappointments and short bursts of unabashed feeling, their poetry demands you make space for it to recall and reflect. Their work weaves a love story between the past and present, between the internal and external, between male and female, and loving oneself in between.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Taylor L. Ciambra (they/them) is an Italian American nonbinary writer currently living in Portland, Oregon. In 2014, they graduated from Keene State College in Keene, New Hampshire with a degree in Theatre Arts. Currently, they are pursuing a Master’s degree in Marriage, Couple, and Family counseling. When they’re not writing, hiking, or eating doughnuts, they work to support youth reach their behavioral goals.

This is their first published collection of poetry. To see more of their work, visit their Instagram: @t.l.c.poetry

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