Poems by Cristine Brache


Published by Codétte (November 1, 2018), 83 pages, paperback


Poems is the debut poetry collection from artist and writer Cristine Brache, written between 2008-2018.

Unapologetic and often placing the reader in the position of the voyeur, Brache’s poems ambiguously deal

with identity, power dynamics, and templates of the female body and psyche.


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Three Poems, China Video Diary

New York Tyrant



safe words, You can’t wear Chanel to your own systematic humiliation

Apogee



Personal Inscription, Differentiate me from a doormat, Happy Birthday, You will be beautiful to look at

Codette #1



Mother Joan Superior of the Angels, 5 things never to touch

How to Sleep Faster #6



Very Exciting New Service

the Fanzine



How much do you charge for your dignity?, I’m ready for my clothes off, Hi girls sleep outside, Dear Warden

Gemstone Readings



cheating eyes, the video

E Ratio Postmodern Poetry



Block of Tongue

Everyday Genius