Stealing John Hancock bursts from the first page like a horse at the gate and never stops running.
Everyday perceptions made radiant.
[Leow's] work pounds away at the façade of Canadian tolerance and diversity. It’s funky with the fermentation of colonial rule, and bitter as a medicinal tonic.
A tough and tender collection that contributes to one of the most compelling narratives of the modern age - the contemporary family in transition.
A deeply personal long poem about migration and legacy and their resonance in a modern world.
It’s fantastic, it’s hilarious … The Daily Bonnet is so funny! —Miriam Toews
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