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Paper Rout

Postmedia in the gutter

Past Trauma

Richard Wagamese and an Indigenous literary resurgence

Family Pride

Profiles in gay life

Victoria Mohr-Blakeney

Victoria Mohr-Blakeney is a choreographer, visual artist and creator. She is a graduate of the Banff Centre’s Writing with Style program (2008). Her poem “Sleep Jars” is an excerpt from a full-length narrative poem titled The Night I Slept in Your Throat. She lives, writes and works in Toronto.

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Victoria Mohr-Blakeney

  sleep jars of unnoticed laughter watch your mothed fingers untie a midnight chorus of edges unhinged we arc backwards one thousand paper cranes asleep in my mouth forever tracing the edge of your stillness the night I slept in your throat climb into my breast-knot let go let go let go crawl me to a place of near…