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A real understanding for the demand of interaction, reciprocity and movement exploring the arena of the contemporary catastrophes and the realm of the intimate.
SUMMER ON THE SUBWAY is an uncut story of coming of age in a decade of climate change, pandemic, and war. Through poetry, it seeks to understand what it means to be human, documenting the journey between the raindrops of self and the world that surrounds it. Time is lost between the moment you board the train and the stop, hot and bright as summer and at the same time cold and dark as the tunnels.
Poetry. Young Adult. Women's Studies.
”I like the earthy quality of the verse. ‘I’m still deciding/ I probably will be forever’– Indeed!” – Peter Wortsmann (New York)
”In Sophia’s collection, we hear whispers from the depths and embark on a poignant journey from Subway to the Soul. This poetry seamlessly transitions from the bustling vibrancy of youth to the deeper realms of human emotions and existence. With every page, Sophia’s evocative words beckon you deeper, inviting you to find through her mind’s eye, your place amidst the grand tapestry of the human experience. Dive in and let your soul resonate with the symphony of her words.” – Soonest Nathaniel (Nigeria)
”This poetry is truly precocious, pensive, introspective. In America Ann Sexton comes to mind, in Europe Hilda Morley comes to mind, а treasure who opens you up to a whole world of sentiment to which you could strive for.” – Robert Lundquist (Los Angeles)
Sophia Alexandra feels at home in stories and colors for as long as she can remember. She grew up between Germany, Bulgaria and both US coasts. After studying psychology, she began designing for film and has worked in various positions on independent projects and major productions. Poetry has always been her emotional language and English the one she feels most comfortable in.