Wanda John-Kehewin In the Dog House

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In the Dog House

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In her first idiom-shattering book of poetry, Wanda John-Kehewin combines Aboriginal oral tradition with dramatic narrative to address the effects of colonization, alcohol addiction, familial abandonment, religious authority, sexual abuse, and the pain of mourning. She admonishes humanity for its seeming lack of conscience in poems journeying from turmoil on the Gaza Strip to rapidly dissolving ice floes.

Cree poet Wanda John-Kehewin has studied criminology, sociology, Aboriginal studies, and creative writing while attending Simon Fraser University's The Writer's Studio writing program. She uses writing as a therapeutic medium for understanding and responding to the near decimation of Native culture, language, and tradition.


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Cree poet Wanda John-Kehewin has studied criminology, sociology, Aboriginal studies, and creative writing while attending Simon Fraser University’s TWS Writing Program. She uses writing as a therapeutic medium for understanding and responding to the near decimation of Native culture, language, and tradition.

John-Kehewin has been published in Quills Poetry, Salish Seas, UBC’s Aboriginal Anthology, SFU’s Emerge anthology. She has shared her writing on Co-op Radio and performed at numerous readings throughout Vancouver's lower mainland, including for the Writer’s Union Guild of Canada.

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“Between the body & the utterance is the meaning. Read these poems aloud – as if your life depended upon it – for it does. Wanda John-Kehewin unstops our ears with her unflinching evocation of the “colonial pesticide” now threatening all forms of life.”―Betsy Warland, Breathing the Page – Reading the Act of Writing

Between the body & the utterance is the meaning. Read these poems aloud as if your life depended upon it for it does. Wanda John-Kehewin unstops our ears with her unflinching evocation of the colonial pesticide” now threatening all forms of life.” Betsy Warland, Breathing the Page Reading the Act of Writing

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