The Land Is Holy by noam keim

Lost City Bookstore
2467 18th St NW
Washington, D.C. 20009

A reading and discussion with noam keim, author of The Land Is Holy, a debut collection of anti-zionist, abolitionist, queer lyrical essays.

“The Land is Holy is a collection overrun with generosity—one that generously asks a reader to consider what they might have taken for granted, what they might still be taking for granted. The stillness and beauty that not only surrounds us, but informs the history of what came before us. An understanding of what has been painted over, repurposed, and colonized, and how freedom can still be found, despite.”

— Hanif Abdurraqib, author of They Can’t Kill Us Until They Kill Us and There’s Always This Year

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