Poetry. Women's Studies. LGBTQIA Studies. "LOVE DREAM WITH TELEVISION wonders through the ways in which television, film, advertising, sporting events, and celebrity culture weave their ways into our lived experiences not only of the world but of ourselves: our relationships, our identity structures, our politics, our daily lived experiences of bookstores, national parks, museums, going to the gym. It's a book informed by the place and community in which it was written; Tucson and its queers have pushed me to be more in my body, more in conversation with place and spirit and alchemy. The body that wrote this book was stretching more, trying to breathe and look around and feel."—Hannah Ensor
Hannah Ensor is a poet living and working in Ann Arbor, Michigan. She has published poems, essays, and reviews, often on topics of pop culture, sports, and mass media. With Laura Wetherington and Jill Darling, she co-wrote the collaborative poetry chapbook at the intersection of 3, and with Natalie Diaz she served as associate editor of Bodies Built for Game, an anthology of contemporary sports literature. LOVE DREAM WITH TELEVISION is her first book of poetry; it was written in Tucson, Arizona.
Author City: ANN ARBOR, MI USA