Finding Love Their Own Way: Tenille K. Campbell & Molly Cross-Blanchard
Originally aired on October 30
Re-release November 30
Delve into the poetic worlds of Tenille K. Campbell and Molly Cross-Blanchard with an exploration of their new poetry collections. Campbell’s nedi nezu (Good Medicine), her second published collection, chronicles failed romances, decolonized desire, and growth with her trademark dry humour. Cross-Blanchard’s Exhibitionist exudes life, with awkward moments, brutal honesty and powerful imagery. Both these books challenge the standard lens of gender, identity, desire and the body, providing the two Indigenous poets with the space to create an intimate portrayal of self-expression and empowerment.
Interviewer: Charlie Petch
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