Very few works so skillfully combine such illuminating poems about place and our place in it with equally striking paintings. This exceptional book asks us to look, and look again, to pay attention, to be a witness to change. — Jan Conn for Arc Poetry Magazine
A portion of every sale of this chapbook will be donated to Indigenous Climate Action.
There are boundaries, borders and diversity to both loss and belonging. In Settler Education, Graham delineates them all with respect and astounding talent. At a time when Canada looks for reconciliation, they often leave out the first necessary step: truth. This startling collection is a map of the poet’s personal truth gathering, told from the perspective of a self-identified settler seeking out the true shape and scope of Canada, one with Indigenous territoriality as central compass. — Jury citation, Trillium Book Award for Poetry
A portion of every sale of this book will be donated to the Legacy of Hope Foundation.
Rove is a deeply moving, funny, wild-hearted, argumentative, insistent long poem—without a single false note or soft line. — Michael Ondaatje
This brilliant, large-hearted poem is where the quest of Suknaski, Kroetsch, MacKinnon, and Zwicky has gone, picking up new, idiosyncratic preoccupations along the way. How good it is to have this book. — Tim Lilburn
A portion of every sale of this book will go to Canadian Roots Exchange.