Author: Wanda Campbell

Wanda Campbell was born and grew up in Andhra Pradesh, South India. She came to Canada at the age of ten, and is a passionate Canadian. She teaches Creative Writing and Women's Literature at Acadia University in Wolfville, Nova Scotia in view of the highest tides in the world. She has published a novel Hat Girl (2013) and four collections of poetry, Daedalus Had a Daughter (2011), Grace (2009), Looking for Lucy (2008), and Sky Fishing (1997), as well as the poetry chapbook Haw[thorn] (2003). Her poems and stories have appeared in anthologies such as Landmarks: An Anthology of New Atlantic Canadian Poetry of the Land and Body Language, and in journals across Canada including Antigonish Review, Between the Lines, Contemporary Verse II, Dalhousie Review, Descant, Driftwood, existere, Fiddlehead, Gaspereau Review, Grain, Harpweaver, New Quarterly, Northern Cardinal Review, Queen's Quarterly, Room, Vallum, Wascana Review, and Windsor Review.

Kalamkari & Cordillera: Poems of India and Chile
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Kalamkari & Cordillera: Poems of India and Chile

Inanna Publications

Poetry. Women's Studies. South Asian Studies. This collection "spattered diversely by the trades that we live by" as Pablo Neruda puts it, reflects the variety of influences that have shaped the poet's craft. Kalamkari (from the Persian for "pen cra...

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