Will You Still Love Me if I Love Her?: A Poetry Chapbook

Will You Still Love Me if I Love Her?: A Poetry Chapbook

A debut poetry chapbook exploring queer realisation, self-discovery, and search for acceptance. This sapphic collection features poems 'Attraction' and 'Fraud' first published by Royal Rose Magazine and 'TV' featured in Issue 3 of Constellate Literar...

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  • Sofia

    I really loved this! This is a poetry chapbook that captures the sapphic experience so well. Obviously, everyone has different experiences and I couldn't relate to every poem but if you're sapphic, I ...

  • Kari Scorpio

    this is it. this is exactly what being in the closet is like. to other people and yourself. it's hell and it's figuring out that being queer isn't a bad thing. it's figuring out your feelings and your...

  • Leah

    This collection is breathtakingly lovely and relatable. Read the full review on my blog!...

  • Shelby Leigh

    a powerful collection sprinkled with stunning imagery. i loved this....

  • Tucker

    A short collection of poems from an adolescent perspective. This might be highly relatable for young people and for some older people remembering their teenage years....

  • N.C. Moon

    All the poems are so powerful and beautifully written. Many of them rendered me speechless. I absolutely recommend this lovely chapbook to everyone....

  • Ebony Darkins

    A refreshing and inspiring insight on a personal level that’s so relatable to many people. Beautifully written!...

  • Abigail

    A short, but concise collection that really punches you in the feelings in the best ways....

  • Jessica Minyard

    "You are not a trophy,straight is not a challenge,and love my way is not sinning."Beautiful chapbook!...

  • Tessa

    A stunning exploration of sexuality, religion and self-acceptance, this chapbook was part of my 2019 Pride Month TBR! I don't read alot of poetry, so it was nice to branch out and explore a new area o...