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Postmedia in the gutter

Past Trauma

Richard Wagamese and an Indigenous literary resurgence

Family Pride

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Amanda Jernigan

Amanda Jernigan wrote Years, Months, and Days, a lyric ­collection the New York Times named a Best Poetry Book of 2018.

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Amanda Jernigan

Couched in Verse

In Molly Peacock’s latest collection, poetic form, like psychoanalysis, offers safe passage through perilous waters April 2017
A little girl, escaping monsters, washes up on unfamiliar shores where an analyst takes her in. Over 40 years the analyst cares for her, as the little girl turns into a poet, a grown woman, a grey queen. She marries a knight and moves to a faraway land. Then the analyst has a stroke, an AVM (that stands for arteriovenous…