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Accrete or Crumble

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Paperback, 80 pages
Published January 1st 2006 by Linebooks
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Natalie Simpson displays a masterful command of language in this thoughtful and thought-provoking collection of poetry. Natalie Simpson is one of the few writers who can subvert syntax to create an alternate language structure and still communicate effectively. A must-read for anyone interested in the advancement of language and poetry.
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Natalie Simpson is the author of accrete or crumble (LINEbooks 2006) and Thrum (Talonbooks 2014). Her poetry has appeared in several anthologies, including The Best Canadian Poetry in English 2013. She practices pro bono law in Calgary and curates filling Station magazine's flywheel Reading Series.

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