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In this brilliant debut collection of poetry, Elspeth Wilson draws on the headiness and sorrow of first love in all its forms to craft a vivid image of a young person learning who they truly are.

With a hefty dose of pop culture, this is an exceptional study of youth, queerdom, neurodivergence, and how these qualities exist in a society that is still not quite adapted to their existence. With its casual-yet-poignant tone and frank accounts of identity, Too Hot to Sleep is essential reading for anybody currently feeling trapped by their own understanding of the self.

"Wilson's writing is very much a vibe."

- Elizabeth Sulis Kim

Too Hot to Sleep: Elspeth Wilson

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    48 pages

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