Stacy St. Hilaire Releases First Book

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Senior sociology major Stacy St. Hilaire releases modern book of poems.

Cover for "The Facts"

'The Facts' is an accessible way to look at and talk about modern issues for schools and book clubs alike.

Saturday September 2, 2017 and Sunday September 3, 2017, senior college student Stacy St. Hilaire will be offering her first book of poems, exclusively on Amazon, for free.

The book, called The Facts, is a collection of 44 poems that tackle issues like race, gender, and homelessness. With a letter to the readers in the beginning, titles include “UNITY,” “Know Yourself,” and “Make America Great Again.”

According to the author, “The Facts is an answer to ‘alternative facts.’ It is also a solution for the lack of modern works and works by people of color in public schools. From “White N*ggas” which talks about modern N word use, to “White Nation, One Nation” which celebrates diversity while denouncing cultural appropriation, The Facts is an accessible way to look at and talk about modern issues for schools and book clubs alike. It is also great for personal reading as it delves into every day beauty and individual problems.”

Quotes from the book include, “My future is my present and my past I’m timeless,” and, “We didn’t see who we could be ‘cause we were caught up in who we are.”

You can download the facts for free on Amazon until Sunday with the free kindle app.
The list price is $4.99.

Stacy St. Hilaire is a senior sociology major at City College of New York who is very passionate about social equality and improving humanity. She loves poetry and believes that one cannot complain if they are unwilling to do anything. Follow her on Facebook where she shares art, beauty, and inspiration on her artist page here:


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