#1 New York Times Bestselling Author Announces ‘Home Body’

September 14, 2020  14:09  |  News

Andrews McMeel Publishing (AMP) announces the release of home body, by renowned author, artist, and performer Rupi Kaur, on November 17, 2020. The book is the third collection of poetry and illustrations by Kaur, whose previous collections, milk and honey and the sun and her flowers, are #1 New York Times and international bestsellers, have sold more than 8 million copies worldwide, and have been translated into more than 40 languages.

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Highly anticipated by fans the world over, home body guides readers through a reflective and intimate journey visiting the past, the present, and the potential of the self. The lyrical journey through words and illustrations presents a collection of raw, honest conversations with oneself, as Rupi casts a warm light on family and home, mental health and depression, femininity and masculinity, and love and acceptance.

“I’m excited to share this new collection with the world,” said Kaur. “It was written as a love letter to the self –a reminder that we must always take the time to fill up on love, acceptance, and community. We can’t make it anywhere alone. We need each other. Together, a better world is possible.”

Designed by Rupi in her distinctively elegant and simple style, themes of personal exploration and discovery rest in its pages. home body continues Rupi’s consideration of themes of love, loss, trauma, healing, femininity, and migration, in addition to acceptance of self.

“We are honoured to bring Rupi’s third poetry collection to a passionate readership longing for her powerful and healing words,” said Kirsty Melville, president and publisher of AMP. “Her work continues to inspire with poems and illustrations that resonate with authenticity, openness, hope, and love. The arrival of home body could not come at a better time.”






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