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 Author: Prathna Lor  Category: Lammy Finalist, Poetry  Publisher: Buckrider Books  Published: April 5, 2022  ISBN: 1989496490  Pages: 88  Language: English  Alibris  Amazon  Bookshop org  Publisher  Find in a Library

In Prathna Lor’s first full-length collection we are introduced to a unique voice in Canadian poetry. Moving fluidly between prose poems and more fractured, open verse, Lor meditates on voice, on disaster and on identity, pushing always against commodification, against a consumable narrative.

Lammy Finalist 2023 – Transgender Poetry


What others are saying:

“Lor both interrogates and reaffirms the lyrical subject by proposing a fractured yet expansive self. This collection is for the poetry reader looking for a new and luminous literary voice.”
-Emma Telaro, Montreal Review of Books

“Lor writes across the contours of self-creation and discovery, articulating values of both the collective and the personal, and the ways through which so much is lost through commodification.”
-rob mclennan, rob mclennan’s blog

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Prathna Lor

Prathna Lor is a poet, essayist, editor and educator, who has published in Canadian Literature, DIAGRAM, C Magazine, Jacket2, Poetry is Dead and Plenitude Magazine, among others. Lor is Poetry Editor at Shrapnel Magazine and holds a PhD from the...

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