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Amy Dennis


Amy Dennis has studied poetry at UBC and Harvard. She has published a children's book, and her poetry has appeared in several literary magazines. She hopes to continue her poetic endeavours in Ireland in 2009.

Use your grandmother’s knitting needles if they are steel and sharp, her crochet hooks. Hell, you could even use the split edge of this table. Slide your inner arm against the jagged grain, watch the splinters scrape you raw. more

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I submitted three poems to my favourite literary mag. They returned the poems with a standard rejection form, but someone had handwritten “interesting work—do try us again” on the form. Is this for real, or do they say it to everyone, or what?

—Newbie in Niagara Falls

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