A poetry collection featuring the work of Greek queer poets and activists – Anna Apostolleli, Diana Manesi and To Kart. Three of Queers
suggests a tender response to our internalised guilt and queer anxiety, against shrinking ourselves to fit into cultures of erasure. The poets beautifully tackle the burning need to relate, to communicate queer feminine experience, and dwell deep into its psyche. Language, theories, queer memory, trauma, gender performance, and modern lesbian relationships in the digital age are humorously explored. Written with a strong desire for experimentation, this collection's poetic forms beautifully capture the momentum of its words, demonstrating an intense awareness of the queer feminine body beyond the page.