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Avery Lake is a worker and writer living in occupied Tiohtà:ke. By turns darkly comic, emotionally connected, playful, incisive, lyrical and irreverent, Lake’s poems navigate a harrowing personal and political terrain with understated, expansive wisdom. Lake persistently returns us to the search for love that lies at the core of relational trauma, even as she shows us how catastrophically such a search can be derailed.
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Probably most of them – you know how it goes.
From Casey Plett’s A Safe Girl to Love – “Everyone calls our part of the world bleak. But it’s not bleak. I don’t think it’s bleak.”
Cluttered, by a long shot.
That my cats have injured themselves in some absurd nocturnal way.
To live comfortably.
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