top of page

[lack begins as a tiny rumble]

Out of stock
Product Details

We are no longer carrying books for order through our press. Please order your copy through SPD, Amazon, or request through a fine independent bookseller.

“A FENCE MUST LEAD SOMEWHERE,” Caroline Cabrera insists. She follows the fence that is the skin and body—the gendered, racialized self—to a place she, in her grief and rage, trusts it might lead: “I awake to my life, laid out plainly.” This is a book of intimate rendering, of memoir beyond plot, emerging into the feeling of syntax, with force. A woman makes a space for herself, and you, a space for a self to be heard before it’s lessened by being seen. “I rise to the position of my voice,” she announces. Let’s follow.

—Hilary Plum

Save this product for later
bottom of page