Leah Horlick

Leah Horlick is a writer, poet, and spoken word artist from Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. As a spoken word artist, she has presented her best work at venues from New York City’s Bluestockings Bookstore to the Vancouver Poetry Slam. A 2012 Lambda Literary Fellow in Poetry, her poems have been published in Grain magazine and are forthcoming in So To Speak: A Feminist Journal of Language and Art. She is the recipient of a 2008 Short Grain Award for her prose poem “who’s to know”, and has published a limited-edition chapbook, wreckoning, through JackPine Press.  

 


 

POETRY
64 pages / paper

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ISBN: 978-1-927068-08-3
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Leah Horlick

Leah Horlick’s poems vibrate with spontaneity and yet retain an intimacy that is emotionally intoxicating. Whether reflecting on her coming of age moments within her family, or measuring the impact of both the rural and urban prairie landscapes on her life, she never strays far from her spoken word roots or her feminist politics.

  • Shortlisted for the 2013 ReLit Award for Poetry
  • Shortlisted for the 2013 Saskatchewan Book Award for Poetry

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