Interview with Megan Falley in Autostraddle

September 12, 2018

Interview with Megan Falley in Autostraddle

Megan Falley’s Drive Here and Devastate Me Is a Love Letter to the Queer Community

Drive Here and Devastate Me, queer femme author Megan Falley’s fourth collection of poetry, is a love letter to the queer community. Though it includes more than a handful of personal love poems and breakup poems, the jam-packed volume speaks as a voice from the community to the community, and wrestles with subjects close to our collective heart: love and heartbreak, yes, but also shame, mental health, fear, femme invisibility, gun violence, body positivity, toxic masculinity, and self love.

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