In her award-winning debut collection Kaycee Hill frankly explores coming of age as a woman - and the intricacies of connection and memory - against an urban-pastoral landscape.
Raging with vivid, smoky lyricism and full-blooded imagery, Kaycee Hill's poems are both a beginning and a continuation. Reflecting on her life and those in it, as well as first-times, underground scenes and the female body, she looks towards what is unflinchingly personal, and also outwards: towards family and strangers, nature and place, and a world that shapeshifts before us.
Hot Sauce is a searing first collection that captures the visceral vulnerabilities of navigating life on the cusp. Winner of the James Berry Poetry Prize.
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