“Nosebleed is the first time you feel alien to yourself, even as a child, so imagine how I felt, when this came out.”
Isaiah Hull’s Nosebleeds is visceral and raw, a voice far older than the poet’s young years, exploring family, life, and the real world. Hull’s writing is soul-searching and down to earth, Nosebleeds an exploration of expression, traversing emotion and form. It is hard-hitting poetry, written to be spoken aloud but making the transfer to the page with remarkable ease and clarity.
“Isaiah’s writing holds a weight and maturity unparalleled by anyone his age. He is the voice we all need to hear.”
– John Berkavitch