Book review of ‘Ripping down half the trees’

“Another highlight is ‘Colonialism for dummies.’ Inspired by Laurie D. Graham’s 2016 poetry collection titled Settler Education, the poem is an intense confrontation with certain ideologies and beliefs about Canada’s history and responsibility that is meant to unsettle and destabilize colonial spaces. It also encourages readers to assess their own privilege and how it impacts their approaches to allyship.” — From the latest review of Ripping down half the trees.

My old undergrad university newspaper, published a review of my book! You can read it here. Thanks, Shaylyn for the kind words.

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