From: How to Hold a Pebble
Includes the poems: The dead return, Mu, Walking, Who Lit the Fire?, An Olivine, Natureculture, Contagion, Entanglements, Ash is the Purest Event, Cyclone, Symbiosis, Calcium, Future, No Person Is an Archipelago, and Go Went Gone.
Jaspreet Singh’s short pieces have appeared in Granta, Brick, Walrus, Zoetrope, Neue Zürcher Zeitung, and the New York Times. He is the author of the novels Helium, Chef, and Face; the story collection Seventeen Tomatoes; the poetry collections November and How to Hold a Pebble; and the memoir My Mother, My Translator. He is a recipient of several awards and has been translated into many languages. He lives in Calgary, the traditional territory and home to the diverse Indigenous peoples such as: Niitsitapi, Siksika, Kainai, Piikuni, Tsuut’ina, Métis, Îyâxe Nakoda. You can find him online at jaspreetsinghauthor.com