Jennie Chantal Duguay | EXCULPATION

Exculpation "When sin has been eaten, what is left?" – Kathleen McKeever   Let go, said every full moon you woke under. All your tarot cards, recurring dreams of losing teeth and control of vehicles. Omens—the slow death of all your succulents, threats of flooding, friendships lost to things you still don't understand.…

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TABLE OF CONTENT

POETRY

2021 VALLUM POETRY AWARD WINNERS

INTERVIEW

REVIEWS

ART – WINNER OF THE 2022 VALLUM COVER AWARD

 

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