ECKLEBURG BOOK CLUB | daughterrarium by Sheila McMullin by The Editors | The Doctor T. J. Eckleburg Review
Exploring the intersection of shame and anger, my work is a fantasy autobiographic. Emerging as lived experience and reenactment daydreams, my poems reflect hostile aggression against an embodied woman, spectral tendencies to dissociate, maneuver into escapist fantasies, or reproach with candor. It is a trial in empathy. The whole of the manuscript, daughterrarium, explores relationships … Continue reading "ECKLEBURG BOOK CLUB | daughterrarium by Sheila McMullin"