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Mercury Rising

When it comes to climate change, Canada’s all talk

Drug Deals

How to shift policy toward universal pharmacare

The Other Side of “Irish Eyes”

Brian Mulroney abroad and at home

 

Because penmanship became a way to decorate

my dyslexia, disguise poor spelling with the perfect

curve, ampersand a skirting of the word. Each point

spearheading the finger as it scanned, not comprehending.

 

Robin Richardson is the author of Knife Throwing Through Self- Hypnosis (ECW Press, 2013) and Grunt of the Minotaur (Insomniac Press, 2011). She has been shortlisted for the ReLit award and longlisted for the CBC Poetry Award, and won the John B. Santoianni Award and the Joan T. Baldwin Award. She holds a master of fine arts in poetry from Sarah Lawrence College and currently divides her time between Toronto and New York.

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