From award-winning writer Erik Jensen comes a tender and involving narrative sequence of short love poems.
'These poems were intended first as gifts. They are the story of falling in love . . . and realising that rejecting the gender binary is not one thing- it is everything.' -Erik Jensen
Erik Jensen is an award-winning journalist, biographer and screenwriter. These poems announce a new phase in his work. They are startling in their simplicity and their honesty - reminiscent of Mary Oliver, Emily Dickinson and Seamus Heaney. The poems chart the first three years of Jensen's relationship with his partner, a non-binary composer and musician. They are love poems, written against the complexity of understanding another person. Together they form a fragmentary memoir of hope, disagreement and love.