Re:union

By Geordie Miller

Re:union
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Re:union takes an epistolary approach, exploring the relationships between literature, consumerism, and the individual through prose. The poems of this collection explore place, love, family, and culture, coming out in clots that are personal and affecting. The works are direct, ... Read more


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Re:union takes an epistolary approach, exploring the relationships between literature, consumerism, and the individual through prose. The poems of this collection explore place, love, family, and culture, coming out in clots that are personal and affecting. The works are direct, directed, speak to a reader's many faces.

Geordie Miller

Geordie Miller is a PhD candidate, stand-up comedian, a David Foster Wallace scholar, and slow-pitch aficionado. His poetry is moving and personal, though, often unorthodox in its timing, style, delivery. Miller's creative writing has appeared in The Coast, The Dalhousie Review, and the Invisible Publishing anthology Rememberer. He lives and writes in Halifax, NS.

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