With the warm ring of the spoken word at their centre, Taqralik Partridge’s poems wrestle with colonisation and racial violence while also reflecting rich sensory imagery—from the stain of blueberries, to the relationships of sisters and aunts, to a knowledge of the land. Originally from Kuujjuaq, Nunavik, Quebec, and now living in Kautokeino, Norway, Taqralik Partridge is an Inuk textile artist, curator, writer, and spoken word poet. This is her debut poetry collection.
Forward by Elwood Jimmy; Inuktitut and French translations of certain poems.
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