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Two Poems from This is a Stickup
Amber McMillan’s This Is a Stickup (Wolsak & Wynn) weaves together images of nature and wildlife in a gripping exploration of grief, loneliness, perseverance, and wonder. Elegant and bold, these poems inhabit tumultuous waters and confront dark crawl spaces. With this collection, McMillan curates a space for readers to linger in moments of both deep grief and undiluted joy. Below we share two poems from This Is a Stickup.
Two poems from This Is a StickupI HAVE A RECURRING DREAM
* * *Amber McMillan is the author of the short story collection The Running Trees, the memoir The Woods: A Year on Protection Island and the poetry collection We Can’t Ever Do This Again. She has won a Penguin Random House award for fiction and was shortlisted for the Montreal International Poetry Prize. Her work has appeared in Maisonneuve, Arc, Global Poetry Anthology, Room, The Walrus and other publications across North America. She lives in New Brunswick.Author photo by Nathaniel G. Moore.
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