- Sisters, sorry. We lie to protect the future. On your torso, flamethrow napalm. Leave for 36 hours. Strip away time. Give birth. #poem. 12:05:29 PM November 15, 2017 ReplyRetweetFavorite
- Need a sad summer poem? “Red Camaro” at Pif: “Ruthless, the sun shone: ironing, scorching root…”… https://t.co/m0B4EEm12C 12:02:53 PM November 15, 2017 ReplyRetweetFavorite
- My poem, Captor Cage is in this season's hard copy of CV2. Thanks @CV2magazine. Lots of good reading on the web, to… https://t.co/EQSIhR6Uj9 12:01:38 PM November 15, 2017 ReplyRetweetFavorite
Author Archives: deirdre
//”It is not all ripe oranges delicious mangoes…” –> read poem
Deirdre Maultsaid is a writer based in Vancouver, Canada. Her writing is rich, and provocative.
Set on the West Coast of Canada in the 70’s and 80’s, The Ashes of Her Shelter is a lyrical novel, with “home” as a strong motif, about the bond between sisters, told from the unreliable viewpoint of an activist, Christine, who loves … Continue reading