Book Review — Black Girl, Call Home by Jasmine Mans

This collection of poetry is stunning and powerful. There is a wide range of poems that speak to Black joy and pain, reflections of pop culture, and eloquently captures what it can be like to be a Black, queer woman in America.

**Will update with favorite poems once published.

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