Where's Your Megaphone, May?
Fast forward to now. Take up the megaphone of May, adjust the settings according to your own needs and the needs of those around you. Boom your voice, vocal fry it, let it project. Pull off your blonde-blonde wig, let the diamonds spill from the cove of your mouth. It's time to talk vote-by-mail for all.
Alicia Byrne Keane
Alicia Byrne Keane is a PhD student from Dublin, Ireland, working on an Irish Research Council-funded PhD study that problematizes ‘vagueness’ and the ethics of translation in the work of Samuel Beckett and Haruki Murakami, at Trinity College Dublin. Alicia’s poems have appeared in The Moth, Queen Mob’s Teahouse, Abridged, The Honest Ulsterman, and Entropy.