Bronwen Tate

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Bronwen Tate’s debut poetry collection The Silk the Moths Ignore, National Winner of the 2019 Hillary Gravendyk Prize, is forthcoming from Inlandia Institute in 2021. Bronwen is an Assistant Professor of Teaching in the School of Creative Writing at the University of British Columbia, Vancouver, and her poems and essays have appeared in publications including CV2, Bennington ReviewThe RumpusJournal of Modern Literature, and Contemporary Literature

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Average rating: 4.64 · 101 ratings · 16 reviews · 10 distinct works
Souvenirs

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Scaffolding:  My Proust Voc...

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Like the Native Tongue the ...

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The Loss Letters

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if a thermometer

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The Silk the Moths Ignore

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The Silk the Moths Ignore

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Mitten

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Bronwen Thanks so much, Claire. It should be available on the Cannibal site really soon – Matt just made 50 to begin with and they sold out at the Frank Festival, but he's making more now (or so he says). :)


Claire hi Bronwen! I'm very excited about yr new chapbook!


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