Category Archives: Saskatoon

A Near-perfect, Devastating Collection of Poetry: A Review of For Your Own Good by Leah Horlick

For Your Own Good by Leah Horlick is full of the kind of writing that inspires superlatives.  It’s one of the best books of poetry I’ve ever read, a genuinely important, incredibly powerful book that has stirred awe in a … Continue reading

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Geographies of People and Places: A Review of Leah Horlick’s Poetry Collection Riot Lung

Although I often introduce writers in this blog by telling readers where they come from, it seems particularly apt to do so with mixed race queer feminist poet Leah Horlick: she hails from Saskatoon, but is currently based in Vancouver.  … Continue reading

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