My late teenage years were an emotional train wreck, and lucky for me, they’re all fully documented. Graffiti is my debut poetry collection written between ages sixteen and nineteen. When I need to tell people what it’s about, I say it’s a personal account of adolescence and maturation – which it is – but mostly, it’s about life and death and love and change, because that’s all I could think about during that time. It’s also about moles. I self-published Graffiti in February of 2016 and since then, it has sold thousands of copies and was awarded as a Goodreads Choice Awards finalist in poetry.