Sandra's first collection, The Animal Bridegroom featured an introduction by Neil Gaiman and has sold out. This collection expands on her themes of abject romances, deformed fairytales gone and the astonishing delights of life in glorious 21st century.
Kasturi's latest poetry book fuses nature's continuous emotional offerings, our desire to understand ourselves with our passion to be free, devoid of the burden of modern thought.
Sandra Kasturi is an award-winning poet, a writer, and the recipient of ARC magazine’s annual Poem of the Year award. She is the poetry editor of ChiZine: Treatments of Light and Shade in Words, the copublisher of ChiZine Publications, and the author of The Animal Bridegroom and The Stars as Seen from This Particular Angle of Night. Her work has also been featured in numerous magazines and anthologies, including Contemporary Verse 2, On Spec, and Prairie Fire. She lives in Toronto, Ontario.
"Beautiful poems in a jewel box of a collection. You should slow down and take the time to read it." —Madeline Ashby, cbc.ca