Hanif Abdurraqib – “Ok, I’m Finally Ready to Say I’m Sorry for That One Summer”

 

Performing at his book release in Los Angeles.

“& when fall came, boys sat up in their beds alone & gasping while their hearts rattled out the ghosts of every unspoken love that dragged them there & then a whole country crawled itself across the ocean & went to war.”

Don’t miss this magnificent poem from Hanif Abdurraqib, performing at his book release at Art Share LA, in Los Angeles. Check out Hanif’s incredible debut book, “The Crown Ain’t Worth Much”.

Today is the last day of the 2017 Button Poetry Chapbook Contest! November 15th – January 5th, 2017-2018. Check out the full information and guidelines for the contest here!

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