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Review Excerpt: Red Ceiling by Bridget Keating - Saskatoon Star Phoenix

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Saturday, December 8, 2012

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Bridget Keating sees vast tracks of myth and history in the trees, stones and ancestors around her. In “Oskana-ka-asateki “she considers the acts of violence that went into making her city and are now paved under its streets, "the bison bones/ locked beneath veins of asphalt”. These are poems both rooted in the land and rising above it. They see the stones and lichen up close, and the hills and houses from overhead. – Saskatoon Star Phoenix – Bill Robertson


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