If your body is a broken landscape by Kathryn McMurray

Ophelia and Peggy Lee, Wonder Woman and Frida Kahlo, the new mother, the formidable grandmother, and more. To say these poems are feminist is an understatement; these poems are the female gaze, a way of seeing that emerges after stripping away the man-made system of values that has been instilled in all of us since early childhood. Read and follow the vanishing backside of McMurray’s protagonist as she makes her way through a conscious and subconscious funhouse of mirrors, ultimately taking your hand to help lift you up and out like a big sister who knows because she’s been there. Buy now.