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Author of memoires Last Bed on Earth,
Sex, Knives & Bouillabaisse, the modern poetry book Girls Like Me, and the novel American Blow Job, British born Teri Louise Kelly writes in a style simultaneously outlandish, candid, and brutal in its literary execution.
She currently lives in Adelaide, Australia.
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With neither mercy nor apology, American Blow Job penetrates to the core of America's now vacuous soul and exposes Lady Liberty for the paramour that in fact she has become in the late twentieth and early twenty-first centuries.
by Teri Louise Kelly
The first collection of poetry from
Teri Louise Kelly showcases the methodology of an author whose life has been lived both within, and beyond, the borders of the binary system.
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