This manuscript circles around the life of Agrippina the Younger, known for murdering, seducing, and manipulating her way into the most powerful position possible for a woman at the time: Empress of the Roman Empire. Overall, it is about the author’s obsession with Agrippina alongside the ways in which the misogyny of history continues to impact us and the world. This manuscript was a finalist for the Tupelo Press Dorset Prize, and given Honorable Mention by Claudia Rankine for the AWP Donald Hall Prize.