Lovely, honest, wrenching and funny - a tribute to music, survival and the power of finding beautiful moments of "temporary escape"
Nothing short of triumphant
2019 justly belongs to Morgan Parker . . . [she] is one of this generation's best minds
Lauded poet Parker makes a triumphant first impression in the YA space with this lyrical semi-autobiographical story of a 17-year-old black girl struggling with depression while living in small-town suburbia
Morgan Parker's poetry is vital, in both senses of the word. Her most recent collection, There Are Things More Beautiful Than Beyoncé, was an absolute knockout