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“Carr achieves an exquisite balance of sensual fleshiness, confession and conceptual abstraction… A rare pleasure.” —Sonnet L’Abbé for The Globe and Mail
“Through repetition, fragmentation, and translation, Carr makes texts, bodies, and buildings pliable.” —Janet Neigh for Canadian Literature
Angela Carr is a writer and translator, based in Montreal. Her first book of poetry, Ropewalk, was published in 2006. Recent writings have appeared in The Capilano Review, Dandelion, Jacket, Matrix, Open Letter, and in the collective publication Translating Translating Montreal.
November 2009 | Poetry
6×8 inches | 96 pages