(Poetry / LGBT Studies) Bryan Borland's third poetry collection examines what it means to dig—to undertake the intense labor of unearthing the personal/political/artistic self and embracing the consequences of that knowledge. These poems assert that to dig is to reveal the bedrock on which we may rebuild ourselves; to discover the beauty and reward of life buried deep within us—no matter how many layers of earth we need to overturn.
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About the Author
Bryan Borland is the author of two previous collections of poetry, My Life as Adam (Sibling Rivalry Press, 2010) and Less Fortunate Pirates: Poems from the First Year Without My Father (Sibling Rivalry Press, 2012). The American Library Association has honored him as both poet (My Life as Adam) and editor (Lady Business: A Celebration of Lesbian Poetry and Joy Exhaustible: Assaracus Presents The Publishers) through inclusion on its "Over the Rainbow" List of Recommended Reading.