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NEW, Excerpt from Still Dancing: A Memoir
Thank you to the editors of The Furious Gazelle!

The Anger Poems, poetry chapbook

Can survival itself be a manifesto? Can the expression of anger and pain be a form of resistance? In The Anger Poems, Katherine Davis wields words as weapons to strike back at oppression, affirming her own mind and body and battling on behalf of all women-identified people.

“Men estranged me from my mind and body, slammed
Me, toddling, with a stone slab of the Ten Commandments,
Sucked off my tears with a vacuum pump, enrolled me in
Ignorance contests, where I was drugged and posed in
A red bikini, answering trivia questions while roller skating.”
-“Dear Bastards,” The Anger Poems

3 Poems by Katherine Davis, BOMBFIRE
Fate of the Baby Truth, Bone Sisters, My Daredevil History

Katherine Davis: Four Poems
For the Hungry, The Shower Dream, Roasted, I Practice Being an Android

Katherine Davis, poem, My Science

Katherine Davis, poem, Lymphoma, Age 14

Katherine Davis, poem, The Red Case

Katherine Davis, two poems, Absolute Permission and Gargantuan
Wild Goose Poetry Review, No 33, Fall 2017

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