An epistle, this open letter considers ways in which we read and write a body by way of public harassment, sexuality, and homophobia.

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Andrew Rihn lives in Canton, OH. He is the author of several chapbooks of poetry as well as several academic articles. His interests include embodied literacies, cheap beer, and Gore Vidal. He currently works at a small bakery.



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