1. O Muse! 04: Winter Solstice 2021
  2. Synesthesia
  3. Amziecaster
  4. It sifts from leaden sieves
  5. I think the weather mourned you too
  6. Dancing with David
  7. ukkaruti
  8. November Beach
  9. Winter Branches
  10. Blue Winter
  11. Pandora’s Box
  12. Wild Man Wyman
  13. The Neutral Ground
  14. Marley Maeve Surfboard Mosaics
  15. icicles

The ice that has broken off due to uukkaqtuq and is now free floating.
(Spalding, A. 1998. Inuktitut: A Multi-dialect Outline Dictionary. Nunavut Arctic College, Iqaluit)

calved from its mother,
water-sculpted ice nomad,
melting into sea

Photo by Diana Thornton

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