Kim Trainor is the author of the poetry collections A thin fire runs through me; Karotype, described by Don McKay as “a crucial text in the work of reimaging what it is to be human;” and Ledi, a finalist for the Raymond Souster Award. Her poems have won the Fiddlehead’s Ralph Gustafson Prize, the Malahat Review Long Poem Prize, and the Great Blue Heron Prize. Her poetry has appeared in the Best Canadian Poetry and Montreal Poetry Prize anthologies, as well as many journals, including Dark Mountain and Anthropocenes (AHIP).
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