Ronny Litvack-Katzman has reviewed Talking to Strangers for the Montreal Review of Books:

“To be a flower in Rhea Tregebov’s garden, a bird in her window, a passerby on the street, is to be loved indiscriminately. This generosity of feeling is palpable in every line of Talking to Strangers, the eighth book by an enduring voice in Canadian poetry. The collection proceeds in a series of short, narrative poems, cataloguing a life led in search of love and found in unlikely places.”

Go here to read the full review.

Published On: April 6, 2024Categories: Press, Reviews, Talking to Strangers

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