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What is the Sound of Someone Unravelling

Written by
Marsha Barber

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93 pages, Paperback
ISBN: 9780888874269
$16.95 CA

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About the Book Read this beautifully crafted book and you will look at the world differently.
These poems from an important new voice in Canadian poetry will jolt you with their boldness and move you with their understanding of human relationships. The startling imagery, direct tone and power of the storytelling will engage your heart, as well as your mind.
This is a book to savour and to give to those you care about most.
´Luminous with hidden life, tender and acutely perceived, these poems reveal what it means to be a woman — unborn, blossoming, burning and maturing.´
Nadine McInnis

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About the Author Marsha Barber
Marsha Barber lives in Toronto, where she is on faculty at Ryerson University´s School of Journalism. Marsha has been shortlisted for the international Bridport Poetry Prize and longlisted for the national ReLit award. She has won a number of other awards including several first-place prizes from the Ontario Poetry Society, and the Chester Macnaghten Prize. Marsha has been published in such periodicals as The Antigonish Review, The New Quarterly, The Walrus and The Prairie Journal.

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