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Larissa Andrusyshyn s debut collection confronts loss and mourning by exploring the lyric science behind keeping things alive in a world where technology is at work reviving extinct species. Through strikingly innovative uses of metaphor, personification, and surrealistic leaps of narrative imagination, this exciting and wide-ranging collection of poems about family and me ...more
Paperback, 66 pages
Published April 30th 2010 by DC Books
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Larissa completed an MA in creative writing at Concordia University. She runs poetry workshops for youth in outreach schools. Her first poetry collection "Mammoth" (DC Books) was shortlisted for the QWF First-Book Prize and the Kobzar Literary award. Her second book "Proof" (DC Books) explores heartbreak through the lens of mathematics and entomology.
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