Fish Bones (In Fish Bones Gillian Sze Takes a Random Walk Through the Art Museum and Finds the Drama O)
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About the Author
Gillian Sze was born and raised in Winnipeg, Manitoba. Her poetry has appeared in such venues as CV2, Prairie Fire, pax Americana (U.S.), Crannóg (Ireland), Cha: An Asian Literary Journal (Hong Kong), and as a featured "Parliamentary Poem of The Week" selection. She is also the author of two chapbooks, This is the color I Love You Best (2007) and A Tender Invention (2008). She resides in Montreal.
QWF Jurors' Words: 'Gillian Sze's debut poetry collection dazzled me ... it demonstrates an interesting range of attention and perception. The poetry is intelligent and playful in subject matter and observation. The poems are at once pared to the bones pun intended and wonderfully rich and sensual. They focus on the physical particular concrete vivid things are chosen from among the infinitude of things that vie for the writer's attention but that she wisely leaves merely implied or altogether ignored.