Canadian non-fiction, Canadian authors (Non-fiction), Literature, Poetry
Human-narrated audio, Human-transcribed braille
In this collection of poems, the author asks: is our world really what it appears to be? How do we shape it through language? And if language can create our world, can it also transform or destroy it? She brings… us to the edges of dreams and waking. With lines that are searching, but spacious, she deftly turns over ideas of perception and reality, inviting us to join her as she releases the abstract figure from its painting, or brings the poet in from the wilderness. 2016.