I picked up 100 copies of my fourth poetry collection The Long Stillness today. It’s beautiful and I’m incredibly proud. This collection was initially published online in 2013 and this is the first time it’s been in print.
A young woman pulls on her wolf skin so she can bring down an elk. The sudden collapse of a Grandfather brings an estranged family together in a small hospital room. A starving Inuit mother is forced to abandon her newborn after missing the caribou migration. Death, mental health and arctic longing are just a few of the subjects explored in this collection of poems.
If you are intrigued, you can purchase The Long Stillness here.
If you’re not sure, and would like to browse a few poems first, you can find lots here.