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Five Poems by Rachel Wiley

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The first book in our third Five Poems series showcases work by Rachel Wiley that takes a fierce, unapologetic and deeply necessary look at privilege and intersectionality. 

Table of Contents

  • Ode to the Invisible Girl
  • Ghazal for the White Girl I Keep Getting Mistaken For
  • White Feminism Watches The Color Purple
  • To The Girl in Blackface: Halloween 2012.
  • Intersectional Feminism (aka Actual Fucking Feminism) Plays the Dozens with White Feminism

 

Rachel Wiley is a performer, poet, feminist, and fat positive activist from Columbus, Ohio. Rachel has represented Columbus at multiple National Poetry Slam Competitions and was a finalist twice in 2011. She is on staff at Writing Wrongs Poetry Slam and the co-host/co-founder of the Columbus Queer Open Mic. Rachel has toured nationally performing at Slam Venues, Colleges, and Festivals. Her first full length collection of poems, Fat Girl Finishing School, was published by Timber Mouse Publishing in 2014. Her work has appeared on Upworthy, The Huffington Post, The Militant Baker, and Everyday Feminism.