Saida Agostini Publishes Poem in Perugia
Agostini's poem "An Incomplete Legend on Love" finds a home in Perugia Press as they highlight exceptional emerging BIWOC poets and artists
Saida Agostini's "An Incomplete Legend on Love" first appears in her debut poetry collection let the dead in. Perugia Press, who is doing a feature on exceptional, emerging BIWOC poets and artists, have republished "An Incomplete Legend on Love" on their website, featuring a bio of Agostini and information on let the dead in.
You can read the entire poem here on Perugia Press' website.
Or find it in Saida Agostini's debut collection let the dead in.
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