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Stephanie Kaylor
Feminist Studies PhD student researching sex work and labor coalition | Reviews Editor | she/her
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Stephanie Kaylor Aug 2
Replying to @sm_kaylor
anyway this is a high key tweet delete day / i’m turning 32 shortly and thinking about how i’m an unaccomplished nobody not worth anyone’s effort because i don’t have a riveting CV or a good complexion
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Stephanie Kaylor Aug 2
Replying to @sm_kaylor
whenever there’s a story about someone 60+ getting a degree, it’s just framed as some cutesy feel good story. no one lifts up their research or work. writers who publish later? what a cute hobby—its not represented as emerging, from a peer, someone to watch out for
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Stephanie Kaylor Aug 2
i’m not contradicting anything said here and value it immensely. but too many people need to really interrogate how it is they’re “celebrating” these older students. a lot of people think they’re doing so, but only ever in the most condescending ways
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Stephanie Kaylor Aug 2
Replying to @KJPGarcia
it doesn’t need to be said lol
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Open Books Aug 2
Are you participating in the ? We’d love to offer you some added motivation to make it to the finish line! If you read a full book of poetry every day this month & then email us the list of titles, we’ll send you a $25 gift certificate 😊📚✨
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Stephanie Kaylor Aug 2
friendship in 2020
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Stephanie Kaylor Aug 2
also looking forward to the upcoming releases of HORSEPOWER by Joy Priest () and Guillotine by Eduardo C. Corral ()
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Stephanie Kaylor Aug 2
i’m not doing the this year—lately i’ve been keeping a polyamorous relationship with all my books, reading a little at a time from each. that said, here are my four favorite collections of the year so far, that i recommend you pick up if you haven't already
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Dina L. Relles Aug 1
writing poems about people who no longer think of me
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Stephanie Kaylor Aug 1
Replying to @KhalypsoThePoet
😂❤️
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Stephanie Kaylor Aug 1
Replying to @csferreira08
(thank you 🥺)
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Stephanie Kaylor Aug 1
Replying to @csferreira08
😂❤️
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Stephanie Kaylor Aug 1
blatantly misogynistic that no one wants me to be their girlfriend on national girlfriend day
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abolition 🌈 Aug 1
"what if the vast majority of policing that's done in the university is done not by the police on campus but by the administrators and the faculty?" Fred Moten
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Joy 🐎Priest Aug 1
This is a really important art piece intervention to me. In Louisville, we have these skyscraper-sized signs that hang on the sides of buildings, which you can see from highways (see below), and they usually feature major stars to imply, I guess, that we produce famous ppl too 🙄
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Nikita Redkar Jul 29
me pressing send tweet vs. me coming back 4 minutes later to delete it
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Stephanie Kaylor Jul 31
wait what’s wrong with the fourth one
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Stephanie Kaylor Jul 31
Replying to @AScaredWhale
🤍🤍🤍
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Taneum Bambrick Jul 31
’s first issue as poetry editor of BOAAT is here and I’m so honored to have a new poem, “Bisexual Erasure,” included. READ THE ISSUE. It is brilliant and is centering poems on intimacy and tenderness. 💜🥰
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Stephanie Kaylor Jul 31
Replying to @motherofgarbage
please
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