The Sound the Sun Makes introduces a remarkable new poetic voice in Leanne McIntosh, who tenderly and fearlessly examines themes of old age and the love which flourishes in the midst of everyday sorrows. Lush and sensual, these poems evoke a time and place in Canada's history-Saskatchewan before and during the second world war-while drawing us ever deeper into those truths that remain universal through all times and places.
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About the Author
Leanne McIntosh was born in Regina Saskatchewan. Her first book of poems, The Sound the Sun Makes, was published by Oolichan Books in 2003. Leanne's work has appeared in literary journals and chapbooks. She is a founding member of The Island Women's Poets. She has lived in Nanaimo, BC for thirty-five years and now spends several months of the year in Montreal.