“recipes in a dead language” by Amy LeBlanc
Aug 22, 2019
Today's poem in our Seeds of Survival Series is "recipes in a dead language" by Amy LeBlanc, from issue 41.3 of CV2. To catch tomorrow's poem—and continue receiving a new poem every day after that—subscribe to Poetry Pause, a League of Canadian Poets poetry dispatch program.
Amy LeBlanc is a writer and editor from Calgary, Alberta. She is currently non-fiction editor at filling Station Magazine and is the author of two chapbooks, most recently Ladybird, Ladybird published with Anstruther Press (August 2018). Amy's debut poetry collection, I know something you don’t know, is forthcoming with Gordon Hill Press (Spring 2020). Her work has appeared or is forthcoming in Room, PRISM International, Prairie Fire, and EVENT among others and she was recently long-listed for Room Magazine’s 2018 Short Forms Contest. She will begin her MA in English Literature and creative writing at the University of Calgary in Fall 2019.