Theresa Kishkan’s reads from her new book of essays “Euclid’s Orchard” In her new collection, Kishkan unravels an intricately patterned algorithm of cross-species madrigal, horticulture and love. Her touchstones of natural history and family mythology are re-aligned and mortared with metaphysics and math.
Sarah de Leeuw, (Prince George) has a new book of essays Where It Hurts (NewWest Press) is a highly-charged collection of personal essays, haunted by loss, evoking turbulent physical and emotional Canadian landscapes. Sarah de Leeuw’s creative non-fiction captures strange inconsistencies and aberrations of human behaviour, urging us to be observant and aware.
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