Publisher:Coteau Books, 2018
Running Time: 01:24 hrsNarrator: Jacqui BishopPublisher:BC Libraries Cooperative, 2019Note: This book was produced thanks to support from the Government of Canada's Social Development Partnerships Program - Disability Component.
- Author: Coupal, ChelseaDate:Created2018Summary:
While much of small-town living remains the same: farming is always reliant on the weather regardless of new technology, after all, there is a sense of urgency and a need to escape in Chelsea’s poetry; her stories of growing up on the prairies include references to cell phones and modern farmers who are more like businessmen. There is a musical cadence and rhythm to the poems themselves, which range from reminiscences on high school and first love, to darker themes like death and suicide that haunt the Sedley residents.Accompanied by photographs of the town, shot by Chelsea herself, this debut collection of poetry weaves together both the personal and universal, harvesting not only the prairies, but a sense of community and belonging.Genre: Canadian poetryOriginal Publisher: Regina, Coteau BooksLanguage(s): EnglishCollection(s)/Series: Saskatchewan Book Awards 2019