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Re-Imaging the Sky: An Anthology by Newcomer Women
     

Re-Imaging the Sky: An Anthology by Newcomer Women

by Newcomer Women Collective (Editor)
 

Fiction. Poetry. Literary Nonfiction. These stories, poems, and one essay are the outpourings of women who spent time writing together at the Newcomer Women's Services (NEW), Toronto. In their creations they move their words from their hearts, from their bellies, from their souls. Losing all shyness, self-doubt, worry, and concern about being judged, they have

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Fiction. Poetry. Literary Nonfiction. These stories, poems, and one essay are the outpourings of women who spent time writing together at the Newcomer Women's Services (NEW), Toronto. In their creations they move their words from their hearts, from their bellies, from their souls. Losing all shyness, self-doubt, worry, and concern about being judged, they have written about themselves, their families, and issues of power over life. They have found their voice within; and dashed their words onto paper with abandon, hurrying to bring them to light, lest they run back to their secret hiding places.

Newcomer Women's Services Toronto was founded by a group of Latin American refugees in 1983. For the past thirty years they have been helping immigrant women from all around the world to become part of the wider community. With the help of volunteers and community workers, the all-female staff provides employment and settlement services, skills development, and language training, completely free of charge.

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ISBN-13:
9781927494080
Publisher:
T S A R Publications
Publication date:
05/15/2013
Pages:
112
Product dimensions:
5.50(w) x 8.30(h) x 0.30(d)

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Newcomer Women's Services Toronto was founded by a group of Latin American refugees in 1983. For the past thirty years they have been helping immigrant women from all around the world to become part of the wider community. With the help of volunteers and community workers, the all-female staff provides employment and settlement services, skills development, and language training, completely free of charge.

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