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  Our Familiar Hunger   Rosnau has a complex, sometimes embattled relationship with sex and gender, but she also fiercely defends and deeply explores it. Rosnau sees no simple binary, either conceptually or narratively, only messy plurality. –  Quill & Quire

Our Familiar Hunger

Rosnau has a complex, sometimes embattled relationship with sex and gender, but she also fiercely defends and deeply explores it. Rosnau sees no simple binary, either conceptually or narratively, only messy plurality. – Quill & Quire

  Pluck    Pluck  simply glows. From one smart poem to the next, Laisha Rosnau carves through your imagination like she were a hot knife, you were butter.  – Michael Dennis

Pluck

Pluck simply glows. From one smart poem to the next, Laisha Rosnau carves through your imagination like she were a hot knife, you were butter. – Michael Dennis

  Lousy Explorers   The subtlety with which Rosnau evokes the range of human emotion is striking. Ambition, vulnerability, thoughtlessness, desire – so much is laid bare by the smallest of details. –  Globe & Mail

Lousy Explorers

The subtlety with which Rosnau evokes the range of human emotion is striking. Ambition, vulnerability, thoughtlessness, desire – so much is laid bare by the smallest of details. – Globe & Mail

 
  Notes on Leaving   Rosnau has a talent for building a complete atmosphere in a few simple but sacred-sounding words –  The McGill Tribune

Notes on Leaving

Rosnau has a talent for building a complete atmosphere in a few simple but sacred-sounding words – The McGill Tribune

  The Sudden Weight of Snow   Rosnau is one writer whose book lives up to the jacket hype. Her lean prose is spare but juicy…original, funny and rife with insight –              Rosnau has exhibited a stunning debut. –  Toronto Star

The Sudden Weight of Snow

Rosnau is one writer whose book lives up to the jacket hype. Her lean prose is spare but juicy…original, funny and rife with insight – 
            Rosnau has exhibited a stunning debut. – Toronto Star

        Chapbooks   That is Rosnau’s poetry – angry, bittersweet, brimming with sex and the need to be noticed, but not in a cheap and easy way. –  Prairie Fire

 

 

Chapbooks

That is Rosnau’s poetry – angry, bittersweet, brimming with sex and the need to be noticed, but not in a cheap and easy way. – Prairie Fire