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I Am Here

Writer
Ashley Opheim
Date
2014
Publisher
Metatron
Format
Artists' Books
Size
11 × 18 cm
Genre
Poetry
Description

I Am Here navigates the vast, inner realms of a girl on the verge of womanhood. Using both stream-of-consciousness and the confessional mode, I Am Here attempts to merge the inner world with the outer world. From auras to iPhones, what emerges in this unique collection of poetry is a perspective that is bursting with introspective curiosity.

Ashley Opheim [Ashley Obscura] is a poet, editor, publisher and performer based in Montreal, Quebec. She is the founder and managing editor of Metatron Press. Her writing has been translated into Spanish and Romanian.

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