Bryan Borland is a Pushcart-nominated poet from Little Rock, Arkansas, and the owner of Sibling Rivalry Press. His first book, My Life as Adam, was one of only five collections of poetry included on the American Library Association's "Over the Rainbow" list of notable LGBT-themed books published in 2010. He is the founding editor of Assaracus, the only print journal in the world dedicated exclusively to the poetry of gay men. His work has appeared in Gay & Lesbian Review Worldwide, Breadcrumb Scabs, Referential Magazine, vox poetica, Ganymede, and Velvet Mafia, among others. For more about Bryan, visit his website at www.bryanborland.com.
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Ants: A Sibling Rivalry Press eBook Single
We aren't always aware of the impact our actions have on others. The truth is that each of us live on an island, skimming rocks into the ocean. We have no idea whether the ripples we create become beauty or chaos. And when the doorbell rings and we find an envelope with our name on it? Maybe it's karma returning that beauty or chaos to us.
Open the envelope and let karma crawl all over you.
My Life as Adam
Poems touching on religion, sexuality, Southern life, and self-acceptance reveal the poet's growing up, coming out, and becoming an adult in all its joys and sorrows. My Life as Adam is Bryan Borland's full-length debut and was included as one of only five collections of poetry on the American Library Association's inaugural "Over the Rainbow" list of best LGBT books of 2010.
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