Graham started writing from a young age, drawing inspiration from overtly subsidized and fabricated forms of art to existentialism and beyond. A proponent for the notion that emotions are mystical, ethereal, and multi-colored experiences, Graham believes that words are the closest chance that Earth's lifeforms have to capture and revel in the feelings of consciousness. Debuting with a monolithic, five-part poetry collection entitled "Alienation" - Graham went on to publish a book of poetry ("Exiguous Ego") just three months later. The book is a reflection on the current state of the world, and what it means to be a young, queer, creative, absurdist in the 21st century; and suggests that perhaps the balance of one's ego is in its obscurity and minimalism.
YOU’RE ON YOUR OWN, KID (September 2018)