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Fate & Knives

by (author) Maureen Evans

Arbeiter Ring Publishing
Initial publish date
Oct 2018
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    Publish Date
    Oct 2018
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Evan's debut poetry collection skirts a diverse geography, threaded by a voice that is sensorially-awake, curious, and humane. Fate & Knives investigates food, writing, personal history and barely-known places with a disarming approach to language and subject. What surfaces is a collection full of unlikely observational detail and delicate ambiguity.

About the author

Fate & Knives is Maureen Evans' first poetry collection. She has an MA in English (Distinction) from the Queen's University of Belfast and a BA in Creative Writing & Anthropology from the University of British Columbia. Her poems have been published in Prairie Fire, Antigonish Review, and The Poet. She was born on the Canadian prairies and lives in Brooklyn, NY and on Gabriola Island, where she practices timber-framing. Her first book--Eat Tweet: 1,020 Recipe Gems from the Twitter Community's @cookbook--was an internet sensation.

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