Here’s a sample of what reviewer Mary Ann Moore had to say:
I couldn’t help but be saddened by the poems and angered too by the residential school system and its long-lasting effects. In “Blackberries” the poet writes: “Even in grief there is song. / Even when pieces of the heart / are broken and taken / the heart carries on.” It’s that courageous spirit that I take away with me after reading these poems.
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