by Heather Grace Stewart


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Leap by Heather Grace Stewart

Half the proceeds go to Unicef's Gift of Education project. ""A lovely lilt of language slides between the horrendous and hilarious in these poems."" -Penn Kemp, author of 25 collections, celebrated foremother of Canadian sound poetry.

"Readers of Where the Butterflies Go will already be expecting accomplished, fresh and lively work from Heather Grace Stewart, but even they will be surprised by the strength of this new collection, this genuine Leap, so direct, political and feminine by turns that it can take your breath away. A must for new and already hooked fans." -Sally Evans, poet and Editor, Poetry Scotland.

Heather Grace Stewart is an Ottawa-born author, poet, and photojournalist now living in Montreal. Please visit her websites: hgstewart.wordpress.com, and hgrace.com

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ISBN-13: 9780557296194
Publisher: Lulu.com
Publication date: 09/29/2014
Pages: 56
Product dimensions: 8.50(w) x 11.00(h) x 0.15(d)

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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
What to say about Leap? Heather Grace Stewart pitches her poetry somewhere between the world we see and regret not having the strength to change as adults, and the world as it can only be experienced through the eyes and words of a child. At times her work betrays an honesty and sadness that breaks the heart both through shocking honesty and the capacity to make people understand her unique but identifiable feminine standpoint. I will never regret my purchase of this collection. Heather Grace Stewart is a rare and brilliant talent, no matter which poetic medium she turns her hand to. arkofthetwilight, October 2011 'The best of both worlds.' A wondrous synthesis of technological and organic beauty. Painfully raw in parts, utterly hilarious in others - always sincere. A great read altogether. Shawn Halayka June 2011