Talking to Strangers is full of lyric poems that take notice of the seemingly simple things that people might often take for granted: unexpected meetings in an airport, on a British Columbia beach while walking, outside a hospital on a sidewalk, and in a café. As with all good poetry, Tregebov is mindful in observing the world around her—writing poems that speak about the complexity (as well as the paradoxical simplicity) of love, grief, praise, confusion, and mortality. Periodicities. [read full review here →]

Published On: May 2, 2024Categories: Press, Reviews, Talking to Strangers

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