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Marie-Andrée Gill

Marie-Andrée Gill is a Master of Letters student at the University of Québec at Chicoutimi. Gill was born in the Ilnu community in Mashteuiatsh, and her writing blends Quebecois and Ilnu identities. She has published two collections at La Peuplade (2012) and Frayer (2015), is forthcoming in English translation from Book*hug.

Kristen Renee Miller is an editor and director of educational programming at Sarabande Books. Her work appeared or is forthcoming in POETRY, Guernica, Offing, and she has received fellowships from Vermont Studio Center, Blackacre Conservancy, and the Kentucky Foundation for Women. She lives in Louisville, Kentucky.

Mar/Apr 2019

Four Poems from Frayer

By Marie-Andrée Gill

Read Translations Editor Katherine M. Hedeen’s essay “Why We Chose It” here. Translated from French by Kristen Renee Miller ouananiche revive the watercolors of our blooming organs time to swallow […]