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From the archives

The March of the Cheezie

Our snacks as a history of ourselves

Model Behaviour

A Haida village as seen in a windy city

Beyond the City Limits

Diversity and rural Canada

The Telling Stream

 

For Richard B. Wright

 

He binds them without knot, twine or even splice,

binds the agreeable words one to the other and others

like the elements of water they cleave in storied delight

while each continues to expound:

sprung leaves on a rushing stream, unbound.

Merle Nudelman is a lawyer, poet, editor and teacher. Her first collection, Borrowed Light (Guernica, 2003), won the 2004 Canadian Jewish Book Award for Poetry. True as Moonlight, which is her fourth poetry collection, will be released in 2014. Her other books are We, the Women and The He We Knew, both published by Guernica in 2006 and 2010 respectively. She is poetry editor of the journal Parchment.

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