Blues for the Babes

Blues for the Babes is a raw and reflective portrait of life in a strange, new century.

From digital romance and sexual fluidity to scammers and social media influencers, this pop poetry collection captures the vast voices, spirits, and emotions that define contemporary American culture. Through themes of love, loss, alienation, and anxiety, Blues for the Babes reveals the depths of a generation coming to terms with a world of passion and uncertainty.

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