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The Celery Forest
Catherine Graham
Wolsak and Wynn Publishers Ltd / Softcover / 2017-10-01 / 1928088414
Poetry / Toronto-Area Authors
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80 pages
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Like Wonderland or Oz, Neverland or Narnia, The Celery Forest is an extraordinary world filled with strange creatures and disorienting sights. But the doorway to the Celery Forest is not a rabbit hole or an old wardrobe. The doorway is a mammogram. For poet and novelist Catherine Graham, this is the topsy-turvy world she found herself in after learning she had breast cancer. No longer the world she recognized, the Celery Forest is a place where things are seen and experienced for the first time. More than a survivor's tale, these poems are a map through unknowable terrain, infused with awareness and forgetting, written by a poet with the visionary ability to distill our sense of wonder into something we can hold.

About the Author:

Catherine Graham is the author of five acclaimed poetry collections, including Her Red Hair Rises with the Wings of Insects, which was a finalist for the Raymond Souster Award and the CAA Award for Poetry. Winner of the International Festival of Authors' Poetry NOW competition, she teaches creative writing at the University of Toronto and at Humber College's Creative Book Publishing Program. Her work has appeared or is forthcoming in Poetry Daily, The Fiddlehead, Literary Review of Canada, Malahat Review, CV2, The New Quarterly, Room Magazine, CBC Books and elsewhere. She lives in Toronto.

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