Writing a Ukrainian saga at this time

“Diana Stevan (left) tells how the onset of the war waged in Ukraine by Russia coincided with the completion of her Ukrainian family saga and brought her closer to her ancestors.FULL STORY

 

 

Science, nature and honey

February 14th, 2022

Mari-Lou Rowley’s 9th poetry collection Catastrophe Theories (Anvil $18) reflects her interdisciplinary approach in its mash-up of science and dream imagery, notions of the human condition, and nature appreciation. Whether exploring numbers, dark desires or chaos, Rowley seamlessly combines the lives of mathematical geniuses with the small wonders of life: “out of the hexagon, sweet honey flows,” she writes. Rowley completed her M.A. thesis on technology and the ‘self’ at SFU’s graduate liberal studies program and a PH.D. at the University of Saskatchewan in new media, plasticity and empathy. She is currently the editor of Grain magazine. 978-1-77214-191-7

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