The Type Sarah Kay s powerful spoken word poetry performances have gone viral with than million online views and thousands in global live audiences In her second single poem volume Kay takes readers along

  • Title: The Type
  • Author: Sarah Kay
  • ISBN: 9780316386609
  • Page: 358
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Sarah Kay s powerful spoken word poetry performances have gone viral, with than 10 million online views and thousands in global live audiences In her second single poem volume, Kay takes readers along a lyrical road toward empowerment, exploring the promise and complicated reality of being a woman During her spoken word poetry performances, audiences around theSarah Kay s powerful spoken word poetry performances have gone viral, with than 10 million online views and thousands in global live audiences In her second single poem volume, Kay takes readers along a lyrical road toward empowerment, exploring the promise and complicated reality of being a woman During her spoken word poetry performances, audiences around the world have responded strongly to Sarah Kay s poem The Type As Kay wrote in The Huffington Post Much media attention has been paid to what it means to be a woman, but often the conversation focuses on what it means to be a woman in relation to others I believe these relationships are important I also think it is possible to define ourselves solely as individuals We have the power to define ourselves by telling our own stories, in our own words, with our own voices Never before published in book form, The Type is illustrated throughout and perfect for gift giving.

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    1. From now on, this will be a remedy for my soul and psyche, helping me to maintain my sanity in the insane world. Thank you Sarah.

    2. Sarah Kay, I really do love you. This is a poem I've read before, but the illustrations and the sparseness of lines per page made me savor it in a new way. Such a beautiful poem, and one I wish I could press into the hands of every woman I know. Vital words of wisdom on what it means (and doesn't mean) to be a woman both in a relationship and on one's own. I wish I had read it when I was younger - I might have arrived where I am sooner and with fewer mistakes. Thank you to Hachette for the revie [...]

    3. My favorite poet right now. I have watched and watched again every spoken word she has online. I have been looking and looking for her books at every book store I see. I haven't wanted to buy them on my kindle, because there is something special of holding something so amazing in your hands. I FINALLY found this one and its beautiful and amazing and perfect. I love it. Her words give me goosebumps!!! Everyone needs this! They need her poetry to sink into there bones! I promise you will love it! [...]

    4. So short. So sweet. A little book/poem that a few young, and up-and-coming, women I know should read. I love Sarah Kay. Her collection "No Matter the Wreckage" will stay with me for life. Now I need to go out and buy some copies for those women I mentioned above. Thank you, Sarah.

    5. I've seen the spoken word performance of this poem before, but this book, with its elegantly simple illustrations and words on each page, allows me to visually engage with this piece. A poem that reminds a woman of her worth, this could be appreciated by budding, young women to full-grown adults. Sarah Kay does not disappoint, and while I liked the performance version, this book itself seemed more meaningful, as the words and images are a gift that could be passed on— literally and figurativel [...]

    6. "Do not mistake yourself for a guardian.Or a muse. Or a promise. Or a victim. Or a snack.You are a woman. Skin and bones. Veins and nerves. Hair and sweat.You are not made of metaphors. Not apologies. Not excuses." Sarah Kay really is one of my favorite poets. She's the founder and co-director of Project Voice, where other poets and aspiring poets alike use their words and voice to spread inspiration in the world. Not only is Sarah good in writing but she's an amazing spoken word performer as we [...]

    7. It's funny how I don't remember wanting to read this book I actually won it from . Well I decided to read it now and I loved it. I get into poems anyway so when I saw I won it I was pleased I just wished I didn't wait so long to read it. Well thank you Sarah Kay for the great book and thanks to Sophia Janowitz for such beautiful illustration.

    8. This is amazing. I can admit that I am not that into poetry mainly because, I find them too flowery and metaphoric but thisis is short, sweet, uplifting and empowering. Reading this has reawakened a need to accept myself fully and to not let men see me as an answer to their problems."You are a woman. Skin and bones. Veins and nerves. Hair and sweat. You are not made of metaphors."

    9. I love this poem and this was such a beautiful book. Loved how it was the same style as 'B'. I relate so well with this poem and I love how empowering it is. Whenever I need reminding of how strong I am I read this poem. Sarah Kay will always be a big influence for me especially in terms of her beautiful honesty and metaphors.

    10. So this is the shortest book ever! But it's like a bone marrow stock, rich and full of new thoughts and ideas that should be shared. It may have taken me literally less than 5 minutes to read, but it'll stick with me for months.

    11. Hachette sent me this book in the mail because.well I have no idea why.The Type is a very short inspiring poem for women. I think. I love reading poetry but that doesn't mean I'm very smart at it."You are not the poem or the punchline or the riddle or the joke."

    12. Got this book after watching Phil Kay and Sarah Kaye perform spoke poetry. This poem just spoke to me then, like she wrote it about me. I felt welling up.

    13. This was sent to me from Hachette books. Its a beautiful poem and the illustrations are simple and perfect.

    14. I don’t know about you but I always have such a hard time getting back into the swing of things after the holidays. It’s partly because I need a little while to recover from the craziness of the last few weeks of the year but it’s also because I always get a pile of new books for Christmas and I can’t resist the temptation to spend more time than I should reading them once the holidays are over. This year Santa was kind enough to bring me two new poetry books by the spoken word poet, Sar [...]

    15. In its shortness, there is a vastness of lifetime for women and for women to realize by the world.Fave verse: "Being loved is not the same thing as loving.When you fall in love, it is discovering the ocean after years of puddle jumping."

    16. To be honest, I was shocked by the fact that the whole book was 1 poem. This is something you can read while scouting for books at a book store instead of actually purchasing it for the price stated.

    17. Beautifully illustrated hardcover of one of Sarah Kay's TedTalk poems, also found in her book, No Matter the Wreckage. Empowering for women- we are our own person!

    18. This illustrated poem is both empowering and empowered. It would make a great graduation gift for just about any teenage girl.

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