tread is a collection of 49 poems by Corrine Jasmin. The book navigates mental health and is based on three years of the artist's life.
Excerpt from "Acknowledgements" section:
In short the book walks through the nooks and crannies I've experienced on my path into womanhood. Perhaps it's because I grew up on Lake Erie that I'm constantly using water as a metaphor. Maybe it's because I'm mostly water. Maybe it's because water is healing. I find that I am constantly using mirrors as well. We all should reflect on ourselves from time to time.
Corrine Jasmin currently lives and works in Pittsburgh as writer, artist, filmmaker and event coordinator. Her work often floats around the Black queer narrative, and Jasmin regularly works towards creating and hosting platforms for artists of color and women.
50 pages, 6" x 9"