The Artists of Crow County

Poets and artists create through the same archaeological process of brushing off, scraping back, and building up deep-rooted experiences so that we may see our home and ourselves in unique ways. The Artists of Crow County passes through the working lives of Ontario artists, and allows readers a chance to tour with the exclusive stories of inspired worlds. The poems within depict creative lives in Chatham-Kent, Canada and Mâlain, France. Two of the poems were shortlisted for the 2016 Walrus Poetry Prize, and the Polar Expressions Poetry Prize.

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Kara Ghobhainn Smith weaves hard truths, colour, humour, and riches of food, wine, places and people into a sensuous tapestry. This holds nothing back in the expression of life!

— Patricia Weaver Blonde, CFCo Radio host and Chair of the Kent Writers’ Guild

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Release: 2017
Pages: 80
Format: Paperback

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