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Review: Eigenheim, by Joanne Epp

Joanne Epp, Eigenheim, (Winnipeg: Turnstone Press, 2015). Paperback, 112 pages, $17.00. Joanne Epp’s first full-length collection of poetry is unassuming but evocative. It speaks meaningfully of the notions of home and identity and the way in which they are tied not only to each other but to our memories. The “ache of memory” runs through […]

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