Michael Crummey is the author of four books of poetry and a book of short stories, and a winner of the Bronwen Wallace Memorial Award and the Milton Acorn People’s Poetry Award, among other honours. He lives in St. John’s.
Two motions with the knife, across the throat below the gills and along the bare length of the belly, like a Catholic crossing himself before a meal. more
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