Blackberry Winter

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And because this thing of poeming is made with the material of language, because English is shared yet there are approximately 175 Native languages in North America, because there exists a diversity rather than singularity of Native peoples, because I search for meanings derived through différance as Derrida proposed, I listen when Diane Glancy writes, “Out of the loss, some rubble to make things of—even language/took a hit but its subtle drowning can still be used.” I listen as Tanaya Winder writes about a woman on “the dirt-ridden floors of her former boarding/schools, where they taught make it new, make it/new.

Pages: 110

Publisher: Blue Light Press (December 14, 2015)

ISBN: 1421837463

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