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September 30 @ 7:00 pm

In-Person | Rainbow Body: An Evening with Neysa King

Details

Date:
September 30
Time:
7:00 pm

Venue

Books & Books in Coral Gables
265 Aragon Ave
Coral Gables, FL 33134 United States
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Phone:
3054424408

Books & Books and Miami Book Fair present

An Evening with Neysa King

discussing

Rainbow Body: Poems

(Bookbaby, $12.99)

Friday, September 30, 7 PM ET | In Person – Coral Gables

RSVP HERE TO ATTEND


Books & Books is thrilled to present an in-person evening with poet Neysa King to discuss her latest poetry chapbook, RAINBOW BODY (Bookbaby, $12.99).

***Please note: This event will take place at the Books & Books in Coral Gables at 265 Aragon Ave. Tickets are FREE and books will be available for purchase at the event. Can’t make it in-person or wan’t your book early? Order your copy online here.


About the Book:

“Rainbow Body” is an enthralling collection of poetry that tells the story of self-discovery through sex, drugs, and sugar on Miami Beach. The poems explore the idea that God is everywhere, even (and maybe especially) in the vices we are taught to avoid.

Neysa King’s poetry weaves together sunning language and imagery, set in the backdrop of the sexual energy and neon lights of Miami Beach. The twelve poems in this collection offer an honest and awe-inspiring glimpse into the love, heartbreak, mistakes, doubt, and self-acceptance that make up a life. Beyond that, each poem is skillfully written to show us how to discover divinity in unexpected places. “Rainbow Body” is an absolute joy and a masterpiece of contemporary poetry.

BUY THE BOOK HERE


About the Author:

NEYSA KING’s writing has been featured by o miami, sand berlin literary journal, darling magazine, swwim every day, community of writers and others. she is the author of two poetry chapbooks, rainbow body, which released december 12, 2021, and can be purchased at local miami bookstores and on amazon, and my heart points back, a poetic collaboration with oscar fuentes (“the biscayne poet”) about love and sex in miami.

She is the co-founder of miami poetry club, a weekly meetup for writers to create community and improve their craft. she lives in miami beach. follow @neysaking and @miamipoetryclub.