Bridget Keating with her urgent and devotional poems has created a first book that is both essential and moving in the ways it reveals that all our loves and our fates are inexorably intertwined. With a deftness for illuminating personal and public myths she evokes the beasts and angels that exist within our internal thoughts and dreams. In Red Ceiling Keating writes unblinkingly of human intimacies close at hand and also of lives outlined with clarity yet witnessed from a distance. Red Ceiling is full of poems that are both precise and startling, both devastating and full of grace.
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About the Author
Bridget Keating is a sessional lecturer at First Nations University of Canada. She holds a Master of Arts (Interdisciplinary) from the University of Regina. Her recent research has included historical and contemporary constructions of Indigenous women in the media and visual culture. Keating has only been writing poetry for a short number of years and her work has recently appeared in Spring a publication for new writers from the Saskatchewan Writers Guild.