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Poetry in Motion: Justene Dion-Glowa + Trailer Park Shakes
Sachiko Murakami says of queer Métis poet Justene Dion-Glowa’s collection Trailer Park Shakes (Brick Books) that their “voice crackles with frank, startling insight.” You’ll find the same with their video reading of “Ruts” from the collection, below.
Justene Dion-Glowa reads “Ruts” from Trailer Park Shakes
* * *Justene Dion-Glowa is a queer Métis creative, beadworker and poet born in Win-Nipi (Winnipeg) and has been residing in Secwepemcú’lecw since 2014. They are a Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity alumni. They have been working in the human services field for nearly a decade. Their microchap, TEETH, is available from Ghost City Press. Trailer Park Shakes is their first full length poetry book.
*Thanks to Justene for their reading of “Ruts” for this edition of Poetry in Motion.For more Poetry in Motion, click here.