Her, Him & I

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A poignant collection of poetry and prose that tackles the complexities of heartache, gender roles, queerness, and toxic masculinity.

Her, Him & I tells the story of a bisexual man on his journey of self-discovery. Weissmann offers the reader a peek into his psyche: the poems are refined journal entries, documenting his voyage to self-actualization. This collection magnifies the reality of exploring emotional and physical intimacy with multiple genders, in the midst of figuring out to love oneself in the process.

Description

Christian Weissmann is a writer, actor and poet from Chicago, Illinois. He’s appeared on shows such as Saved By The Bell, Dear White People, and Girl Meets World. Weissmann got his start publishing essays in the Los Angeles Times, Huffington Post, and Byline on topics like queerness and toxic masculinity. He lives in Los Angeles with his extensive record collection.

Her, Him & I is a romantic walk down memory lane that fuels your senses. Weissmann has choreographed a dance with words—this collection beautifully captures how the relationships of our youth teach us things about ourselves we’d never learn otherwise.” — Michaela Angemeer, author of Please Love Me at My Worst

“Weissmann’s Her, Him & I is a necessary addition to the queer literary canon. It is a collection of poems that gives, to its readers, permission: to feel, to pine after whomever. Love, with all its stings and burns, knows no gender—too big, too grand for the neat little boxes society puts us in.” — Grant Chemidlin, author of What We Lost in the Swamp