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Sit. Stay.: vol. I in the printpoetics chapbook series (Volume 1) Paperback – February 20, 2017
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About the Author
A.L.D. Chalom was born in Sweden in 1985 to a Swedish mother and American father. She grew up in Sweden, but moved abroad at the age of 19 and has since lived in Italy, France, Spain and in the UK, before returning to Sweden after over a decade living abroad.
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to say this poetry was powerful is too small a word. Sit.Stay is eloquent and makes your mind tick. it is not just for women who stand for Feminism but the female population. its never been more true that words are dangerous because they have the power to change us.
Sit.Stay are those words and i hope they change the lives of all those who read these beautiful words.
This book is a short read, but it will stay long in your mind as it describes the everyday situations us women can easily relate to. It is not deep and beautiful classic poetry, but modern, sharp and clear one that will both kill your thirst for reading and open your eyes for problems we are all surrounded with.