Those who get it, get it. In review of Olive Nuttall’s debut novel, ‘kitten’, kī anthony writes of trans experience. Somehow they also manage to reference ‘Haikyuu!’, Torrey Peters and ‘My Immortal’ along the way.
kī anthony reflects on childhood trauma and adult agency, as a photographic subject and photographer.
Private Browsing Mode: Activated Independent Masculine Essence Available Now…Limited Time Only. kī anthony is honestly so cursed for this poem about D*vid S*ymour.
In which kī visits the art gallery as yet another bible-emo-turned-trans and confronts bodies, masculinities and the uneasy vulnerability of seeing and being seen.
‘floodgates; is a poem from kī anthony that tiptoes around self-actualisation, desire, and mutual destruction.
Around an Asian migrant dinner table, dietary restrictions, chronic illness and queerness become thorny subjects to avoid.
Romance, West Auckland and Carly Rae Jepsen all wrapped up in a poem from kī anthony.
In a dream, you saw a way to survive, and you were filled with joy.
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