SIGNED COPY I Saw Myself Alive in a Coffin by Kait Quinn
In this collection of poetic musings on life and death, Quinn explores her personal relationship with death, or sometimes lack of: death as something that happens daily, death as a feeling, death as fascination, death as intangible, death as wish, death as an inevitability.
Quinn’s relationship with death mutates with the ebb and flow of her depression and rises to a peak as suicidal ideation. Here, she imagines confronting her own death and what it would be like to walk away with a second chance; to really live the single gift of life she’s been given. Thus comes a respect for both life and death—one cannot exist without the other; one cannot truly live without accepting the inevitable.
Measures 5.5″ x 8.5″
Kait Quinn Publishing (January 13, 2021)
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