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Melody Votoire

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Melody Votoire
BornJuly 30, 2005
Chicago, Illinois
Other namesMelody Ellen Rose Joy
💼 Occupation
Author
📆 Years active  2021-Current
Known forWriting, Mental Health
Notable workTemptations of a Splintered Heart: Collected Poetry From a Queer Borderline Mind, Greta: The Short Film, Am I Beautiful?: The Short Film
Height5"7
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Melody Votoire is an emerging artist with a presence across social media platforms and varying writing communities. She actively shares her creative work, including poetry, spoken-word pieces, and a short film titled "Am I Beautiful?". Her debut poetry book, "Temptations of a Splintered Heart", was published in October 2023. Her online presence reveals a passion for self-expression and social commentary, particularly in areas like mental health, feminism, and beauty standards.[1]

Writing Career[edit]

In 2021, Votoire began sharing poems online, slowly building up an audience before releasing her debut poetry book "Temptations of a Splintered Heart" on October 21st, 2023. Votoire is set to release her memoir, "Leech", in Summer 2024.

Short Films[edit]

Votoire has dabbled in short film creation, exploring themes of self-image and mental health. Her short film "Am I Beautiful?", tackles beauty standards and female empowerment. Another short film, titled "Greta", delves into the complexities of depression, borderline personality disorder, and suicidal thoughts. It has been hinted by Votoire that she will be releasing a followup memoir inspired by the short film, titled "Greta & Me".

In 2023, Votoire launched "VOTOIRE MEDIA" with filmmaker Miles Doan, teasing a full-length movie set for release in 2024. The topic of the film is currently unknown.

Mental Health[edit]

Votoire suffers from Borderline Personality Disorder[2] and has publicly spoken about her experiences with the disorder. Her debut poetry book specifically discusses how the disorder impacted her late teens.

Other Work[edit]

Votoire is publicly known to be close with musician Blaire Blades, referencing the singer in her debut poetry book multiple times. Votoire was credited as the creator for the "State of Mind" lyric video.[3]

References[edit]

  1. "Episode 155 - Poetry, BPD, Positive Vibes w/Melody - Tuesday Healing with Tamika - Podcast en iVoox".
  2. "Sharing My Life with Borderline Personality Disorder, and What It's Like". 18 March 2023.
  3. "STATE OF MIND Official Lyric Video (4k) - Blaire Blades". YouTube. 28 April 2023.


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