Travis Sharp: No Body Is a Scapegoat

Larger Lung:

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Smaller Lung:

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Travis Sharp is a queer writer, artist, and teacher living in Buffalo. He's an editor and designer at Essay Press and at Small Po[r]tions, the author of the chapbook Sinister Queer Agenda (above/ground press, forthcoming), and a PhD student in the SUNY Buffalo Poetics Program. Other work has appeared with Columbia Poetry Review, LIT, Bombay Gin, Puerto del Sol, Entropy, and elsewhere.