Through her poetry, Kai Cheng Thom offers communal celebration

a place called No Homeland, Kai Cheng Thom, 84 pgs, Arsenal Pulp Press, arsenalpulp.com, $14.95. I read Kai Cheng Thom’s a place called No Homeland at a restaurant over lunch and immediately regretted it. If you saw a hot mess at Spadina and Dundas St W, that was me. But it’s ok. It was worth it.…

via Book Review: a place called No Homeland — Broken Pencil Magazine

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