Benjamin Solah / My bisexuality has imposter syndrome
My bisexuality has imposter syndrome is part chapbook, part spoken word liner notes, part exploration of bisexuality, part coming out text.
“With My bisexuality has imposter syndrome, Benjamin Solah has created an evocative and intimate tribute to the complexities, frustrations and joys of being bisexual,” – Ruby Susan, Radio Presenter at Triple Bi-Pass, JOY 94.9
"Part home, part parking lot, part dance floor, part corner of the internet: the paint is still wet on this one. I hope it never dries. Swipe your hand over the front cover and look there on your palm: a line that didn't appear, not until you smeared it. In My bisexuality has imposter syndrome, Ben Solah traces along the lines of gender and sexuality, only to switch and poke holes in them with his pen. It's here, in the chips of an asphalt surface, that Ben locates himself, dancing in and out and through the gender-scripts that he gleefully revises. No line is safe from being crossed out in the name of becoming new. He too, has chipped away a home for you, bravely clearing a path through the debris of tough questions. Call it extreme self-inventory, call it rainbow football socks, call it poetry-as-pegging... all I know is that it's a lot of fun. By the back cover, you won't look at a pen the same way. Relax. You might learn something new about yourself."
– Bill Moran, spoken word artist and author of Oh God Get Out Get Out (Write Bloody Publishing)