Increasingly polyphonic four-part poem performed as a combination of spoken word and a-capella singing, representing a mind at odds with itself. As one part suffers, another tries to soothe and find peace, and yet another rebels.
Corinne Hughes is a queer poet and fiction writer. Her work has been supported by Tin House and the National Book Foundation. Her poetry can be found in Passengers Journal, Cathexis Northwest Press, Cirque Journal, Grim and Gilded, and is forthcoming in the Horror Writers Association Poetry Showcase IX and the next SMEOP anthology by Black Sunflowers Poetry Press. She currently serves as a poetry reader for Palette Poetry and lives in Portland, Oregon with her two blue Finnish gerbils.
Corinne Hughes – Director
Corinne Hughes – Writer, Editor, Producer
Corinne Hughes – Original Score
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