About Confessions Of A Pregnant Man:
Who told you that men cannot get pregnant? Since when, exactly, pregnancy was merely addressed to children? After his fiery debut with Japanese Tosa (London Poetry Books), Aldo Quagliotti’s return is once again in the name of experimental, adult Poetry. Confessions Of A Pregnant Man is an Ode to human imagination and a personal love letter from the author. Through a new collection of selected work, the author travels through undisciplined subjects with a critical eye, sometimes skipping cordiality and jumping to passionate statements but always delivering undoubtedly originals points of view. Ironical and irreverent, at times mystical and lyrical, this new chapter will plant the seed for a new generation of riotous, queer, alternative approach to the Spoken Word scene.
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Aldo Quagliotti is a London-based Italian poet. In 2019 He published his first collection of poems, Japanese Tosa, published by London Poetry Books. The anthology debuted in October 2019 at the Tea House Theatre in Vauxhall and has then been promoted throughout the London open mic nights such as Flo vortex, Paper Tiger, Poetical Word. Last October He published his second Poetry collection, Confessions Of A Pregnant Man (AlienBuddha Press).
His poems have also been published in italian anthologies, such as Il suono del silenzio 2008 and 2008, and Brazilian magazine (Revista Torquato). Nationally, his work has been included in English anthologies such as Reach 253, Murmurations, Cannon Poet Quarterly, Poetry In The Time Of Coronavirus, The voices Project, The Writers Club, Fleas on the dog, The Materialist , The Essential anthology, Word Doodles, Ponsersavant, The Raconteur Preview, The Orange Blush zine, Lion and Lilac, Unheard Poetry, Poetic Unity, and Literary Magazine. Recently, He has been selected as one the poets representing the Poetry Corner as part of the Kesington+ Chelsea Art Week in London (1-11 October).
With a diploma at the London College of Media and Publishing, He also reviews music and writes live reports on Peek-a-boo magazine and Gigsoup.