Book Description2008 Winner of the ReLit Award for Poetry
Shortlisted for the Dorothy Livesay Poetry Prize
"What a wonderful, fresh voice Gillian Wigmore brings to the page. These wise poems know the push and pull within family. They reveal the tender truths behind the rough edges of small-town life. Her voice resonates with authenticity, and whether she is writing about a near drowning or ice fishing, she is ultimately writing about the complications of love. These are poems you will not soon forget."
Governor Generalís Award-winner for Poetry