POEMS by LAURIE LEWIS
In this insightful, moving, and often very funny collection, Laurie Lewis reflects on all that a long and at times difficult life has offered her, with an honesty that will knock you flat. From the mundane to the sublime, she allows nothing to escape notice … a further reveal – this time in poetic form – of her intelligence, her cheeky wit, and her incomparable vision.
– Carolyn Smart, author of Hooked and Careen
Available at Novel Idea Books, 156 Princess Street | Kingston
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Laurie Lewis is a writer and publisher and an active member of the Kingston literary community. Her written work has been heard on CBC Radio and is widely published including in Queen’s Feminist Review, Queen’s Quarterly, the Toronto Quarterly, Vista, and the Globe and Mail. Her memoir Little Comrades (Porcupine’s Quill, 2011) was named one of the Globe’s Top 100 Books of the Year. Love, and All That Jazz was published in 2013. Laurie is a fellow of Graphic Designers of Canada and editor emerita of Vista, the publication of the Seniors Association in Kingston, Ontario.